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Title: Midtown beach nourishment project in Palm Beach, Florida
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Title: Midtown beach nourishment project in Palm Beach, Florida October 1995 to August 1996
Series Title: UFLCOEL-97001
Alternate Title: Monitoring report
Physical Description: v, 8, 48 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Dean, Robert G ( Robert George ), 1930-
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Publisher: Coastal & Oceanographic Engineering Dept., University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 1997
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Subject: Beach nourishment -- Florida -- Palm Beach   ( lcsh )
Shore protection -- Florida -- Palm Beach   ( lcsh )
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Statement of Responsibility: prepared for town of Palm Beach ; prepared by Robert G. Dean.
General Note: "February 24, 1997."
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UFL/COEL-97/013


MONITORING REPORT


MIDTOWN BEACH NOURISHMENT PROJECT IN
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
October 1995 to April 1997
(Revised)





by




Robert G. Dean


July 15, 1997



Prepared for:

Town of Palm Beach
Palm Beach, Florida 33480

















MONITORING REPORT


MIDTOWN BEACH NOURISHMENT PROJECT
IN PALM BEACH, FLORIDA

October 1995 to April 1997



May 26, 1997
(Revised July 15, 1997)





Prepared For:

Town of Palm Beach
Post Office Box 2029
360 South County Road
Palm Beach, Florida 33480








Prepared by:

Robert G. Dean
Department of Coastal and Oceanographic Engineering
University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida 32611








TABLE OF CONTENTS


INTRODUCTION ......................................................1

RESU LTS ............................................ ....................... 3

Beach Profiles .......................................................... 3

Longshore Distributions of Volume Densities and Plan Areas ..................... 3

Changes in Total Volumes and Plan Areas .................................. 8

SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS ............................................. 8

APPENDIX

A COMPILATION OF ALL SURVEYED PROFILES ....................... A-1








LIST OF FIGURES


FIGURE PAGE

1 Location Map of Project Area Showing Borrow and Nourishment Areas. (Adapted
from ATM Drawing) ............................... ...................... 2
2 Profile at DNR Monument R-79 for Four Available Surveys ...................... 4
3 Profiles at Monument R97D129 for Four Available Surveys ...................... 5
4 Volume Changes Due to Nourishment Project ................................. 6
5 Shoreline Changes Due to Nourishment Project ................................ 7
A-1 Profile at DNR Monument R-77 for Four Available Surveys ................... A-1
A-2 Profile at DNR Monument R-78 for Four Available Surveys ................... A-2
A-3 Profile at DNR Monument R-79 for Four Available Surveys .................. A-3
A-4 Profile at DNR Monument R-80 for Four Available Surveys ................... A-4
A-5 Profile at DNR Monument R-81 for Four Available Surveys ................... A-5
A-6 Profile at DNR Monument R-94E for Four Available Surveys ................. A-6
A-7 Profile at DNR Monument R-94i for Four Available Surveys .................. A-7
A-8 Profile at DNR Monument R-95C for Four Available Surveys ................. A-8
A-9 Profile at DNR Monument 96A for Four Available Surveys ................... A-9
A-10 Profile at Monument SIN for Four Available Surveys ...................... A-10
A-11 Profile at Monument S S for Four Available Surveys ....................... A-11
A-12 Profile at DNR Monument 96D for Four Available Surveys ................. A-12
A-13 Profile at Monument S2N for Four Available Surveys ........................ A-13
A-14 Profile at Monument S2S for Four Available Surveys ..................... A-14
A-15 Profile at Monument R-96F2 for Four Available Surveys ..................... A-15
A-16 Profile at Monument S3N for Four Available Surveys ..................... A-16
A-17 Profile at Monument 96G for Four Available Surveys .......... ............. A-17
A-18 Profile at Monument S3S for Four Available Surveys ....................... A-18
A-19 Profile at Monument S4N for Four Available Surveys ....................... A-19
A-20 Profile at Monument S4S for Four Available Surveys ....................... A-20









A-21 Profile at Monument R97A91 for Four Available Surveys


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Profile at Monument S5N for Four Available Surveys ........

Profile at Monument S5S for Four Available Surveys ........

Profile at Monument R97C 126 for Four Available Surveys ....

Profile at Monument S6N for Four Available Surveys ........

Profiles at Monument S6S for Four Available Surveys ........

Profiles at Monument R97D 129 for Four Available Surveys ...

Profiles at Monument S7N for Four Available Surveys .......

Profiles at Monument S7S for Four Available Surveys ........

Profiles at Monument R98A38 for Four Available Surveys ....

Profiles at Monument S8N for Four Available Surveys .......

Profiles at Monument S8S for Four Available Surveys ........

Profiles at Monument 98D for Four Available Surveys .......

Profiles at Monument S9N for Four Available Surveys .......

Profiles at Monument S9S for Four Available Surveys ........

Profiles at Monument R98G37 for Four Available Surveys ....

Profiles at Monument S 10N for Four Available Surveys ......

Profiles at Monument S10S for Four Available Surveys .......

Profiles at Monument R98J27 for Four Available Surveys .....

Profiles at Monument S11N for Four Available Surveys ......

Profiles at Monument S 1 S for Four Available Surveys .......

Profiles at Monument R99D for Four Available Surveys ......

Profiles at DNR Monument R-100 for Four Available Surveys .

Profiles at DNR Monument R-100C for Four Available Surveys

Profiles at DNR Monument R-101 for Four Available Surveys

Profiles at DNR Monument R-102 for Four Available Surveys

Profiles at DNR Monument R-103 for Four Available Surveys

Profiles at DNR Monument R-104 for Four Available Surveys


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LIST OF TABLES


TABLE PAGE
1 Dates of Monitoring Surveys .............................................. 1
2 Changes in Total Volumes and Plan Areas .................................. 8








MONITORING REPORT


MIDTOWN BEACH NOURISHMENT PROJECT
IN PALM BEACH, FLORIDA

October 1995 to April 1997

INTRODUCTION

During the period October 18, 1995 to December 10, 1995, approximately 880,000 cubic yards of
sand were dredged from a borrow area extending from approximately 2,000 feet south to 4,800 feet
south of the south jetty at Lake Worth Entrance and placed along portions of Midtown Beach section
in the Town of Palm Beach, Florida. The project specifications required placement of 800,000 cubic
yards; thus the excess 80,000 cubic yards is "overfill". As shown in Figure 1, the cross-shore
dimensions of the borrow area varied from 1,600 feet at its northern end to 2,500 feet at its southern
end. The original depths at the borrow area site varied from 25 to 35 feet and the dredged.depths
were approximately 40 feet deep. The dredged sand was placed along the Midtown Beach as
nourishment extending from via Bethesda at the north end to via Marina at the south end, a distance
of approximately 5,030 feet. To provide stability to the nourishment project, eleven groins were
constructed. The locations of these groins are shown in Figure 1 along with the borrow area and the
approximate planform of the nourished beach. Sea Systems, Inc has conducted a pre-nourishment
and three post-nourishment surveys to document the performance of the project. The purpose of this
report is to present the results of an analysis of these four surveys.

The dates of the surveys are presented in Table 1. As can be seen from Table 1, although the
placement of material was completed in December, the first post-nourishment survey was not
completed until April 9, 1996 due to the activities related to groin construction. During the period
between completion of nourishment and the first post-nourishment survey, a significant northeaster
occurred (March 8-10, 1996) which undoubtedly caused the transport of some sand from the
nourished beach. Thus, since the first post-nourishment survey post-dated the March storm, the first
post-nourishment survey does not reflect the total amount of sand placed.

Table 1
Dates of Monitoring Surveys

Survey Number Type of Survey Dates

1 Pre-Nourishment October 13-21, 1995

2 Post-Nourishment April 1-9, 1996

3 Post-Nourishment August 12-25, 1996

4 Post-Nourishment March 31 to April 8, 1997
















Borrow Area


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R-88 0 1.0
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S-93 Typical Groin, One of Eleven
9-4 Numbered From S1 at the North to
S11 at the Southern End

--- --Project Site


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Figure 1. Location Map of Project Area Showing Borrow and Nourishment Areas.
(Adapted from ATM Drawing).









RESULTS


The results are presented in various forms, including examples of beach profiles, longshore
distribution of additional volumes as a function of time, longshore distribution of additional beach
width as a function of time and total additional areas and volumes as functions of time.

Beach Profiles

Figures 2 and 3 present examples of the available beach profiles in the borrow area and in the
nourishment area, respectively. All of the profile surveys are presented in Appendix A. Figure 2,
representing the profiles at DNR Monument R-79 is located approximately 3300 feet south of the
south jetty. It is seen that the pre-nourishment depths in the borrow area ranged from approximately
25 feet to 35 feet and that the post-nourishment depths range up to approximately 40 feet. Figure 3
depicts the pre- and post-nourished profiles at Monument R-97D129 which is located at
approximately mid-length of the nourishment project. This is in an area where the shoreline
revetment is located and prior to the nourishment, there was no beach at mean tide as the water was
at the revetment. After nourishment, there was approximately 150 feet of additional dry beach
present. The presence of the natural offshore reef extending from 700 feet to 1,200 feet from the
seawall is evident. Also evident from this plot is that there was very little change from the April
post-nourishment survey to the August post-nourishment survey; however, there was a somewhat
greater change from August 1996 to April 1997. As will be evident later, there were only minor
changes in both volume and dry beach area within the longshore extent of the project during the
April 1996 to August 1996 period, but substantially greater changes from August 1996 to April
1997.

Longshore Distributions of Volume Densities and Plan Areas

Figure 4 presents the longshore distribution of additional volume density along the project area. It
is seen that on average, an additional 150 cubic yards per foot of beach front were present in April
1996 along the 5,030 feet of project area. Between the April 1996 and October 1996 surveys,
although there had been some redistribution of volume, there had been very little volume loss.
Between August 1996 and April 1997, the losses have been considerably greater. The volume
densities in Figure 4 represent the volumes to approximately 1,000 feet seaward from the monument.
As can be seen by referring to Figure 3 and the figures in Appendix A, this distance extends out onto
the natural reef.

Figure 5 presents the longshore distribution of additional beach width within the project area in a
form similar to that presented for volume density. Substantial similarities exist between the volume
densities and additional beach widths. The changes between the April and August surveys are
relatively small; however, the changes from August 1996 to April 1997 are greater.













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Changes in Total Volumes and Plan Areas


Table 2 shows the total changes in volumes and plan areas from the pre-nourishment survey to the
three post-nourishment surveys. These results are discussed in the following section.


Table 2
Changes in Total Volumes and Plan Areas

Period Change in Volume (yd3) Change in Plan Area (Acres)

October 1995 to April 1996 +794,900* (+759,900) +18.4* (+17.9)
October 1995 to August 1996 +790,400* (+754,800) +18.4* (+17.7)
October 1995 to April 1997 +684,100' (+648,200) +14.4* (+14.0)

*Notes: These changes are from Monument R-94I to R-100C, a longshore distance of 6,100 feet.
The numbers in parentheses represent the changes over the 5,400 feet constructed Project
length.


SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS

Based on the three post-nourishment surveys, the Midtown Beach project has performed quite well,
generally maintaining, within expectations, the volume and plan area from the first post-nourishment
survey to the second and third surveys. The first five month post-nourishment period (April 1996
to August 1996) is for a generally mild weather period whereas the second seven month post-
nourishment period (August 1996 to April 1997) is for a generally more energetic wave period. The
area and volume changes reflect the wave energy levels of these periods. Accepting the reported
placement volume of 880,000 cubic yards, the volumetric loss to April 1997 within the placement
area is 26.3%. Moreover, approximately one-half of this loss occurred during the period when the
groins were not in place and during which the intense March 1996 storm impacted the Palm Beach
area. The losses during the seven month winter period, August 1996 to April 1997 within the
placement area represent approximately 12.1 % of the material placed. The total losses during the
one year period April 1996 to April 1997 within the placement area may represent the losses to be
expected during a typical first year after nourishment and amount to 12.7 %.The total losses within
the 6,100 ft segment from R-94I and R-100C during this one-year period are 12.6 %.

The area changes during and subsequent to nourishment parallel approximately the volumetric
changes. Although a survey was not conducted immediately after nourishment, it is estimated that
the initial plan area increase above NGVD (approximately Mean Sea Level) datum was
approximately 20.5 acres. Based on this value, the reduction in plan area within the nourished area








during the period in which the March 1996 storm occurred was 12.5%. The reduction during the full
year from April 1996 to April 1997 was 19.3%. Much of this reduction in plan area was due to the
sand moving from the steeper placement profiles toward the milder equilibrium profiles. These
changes in profile slope are evident in the individual profiles, all of which are presented in Appendix
A.

Nourishment losses are expected to decrease as the effective length of the project becomes greater
due to spreading of sand from the nourishment area. Additionally, at the Midtown Project, the
stabilizing effects of the groins should start to occur soon. Two final points are relevant to evaluating
project performance: (1) The project performance to date reflects two winter seasons during which
the volumetric losses are greater. Very little changes appear to occur during the summer months, and
(2) Since permit conditions require renourishment when 40% of the project volume has been
transported from the placement area, this would occur when the volume remaining is 480,000 cubic
yards.



















APPENDIX A



COMPILATION OF ALL SURVEYED PROFILES







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for Four Available Surveys


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WU -40
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Figure A-17. Profiles at DNR Monument R-96G

for Four Available Surveys







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October 1995
> 10 "- *** ..April1996
(9 August 1996
Z ----- April 1997
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0 1000 2000 3000
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Figure A-18. Profiles at DNR Monument S3S

for Four Available Surveys







20

: October 1995
S 1 0 ............................................ April 1996
(9 D ....... August 1996
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Figure A-19. Profiles at DNR Monument S4N

for Four Available Surveys







20

SOctober 1995
> 10 ....... April 1996
S. ........ August 1996
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U -30
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Figure A-20. Profiles at DNR Monument S4S

for Four Available Surveys







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o October 1995
> 1 0 -.. .... .. I .............................................. A pril 1996
S.... August 1996
S------- April 1997
0 ......................... ....................................
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W -30
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Figure A-21. Profiles at DNR Monument R-97A91
for Four Available Surveys








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October 1995
> 10 .... ..... ........ ... .. ........ .. ..... .......... April 1996
( \ .... August 1996
Z ----- April 1997
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Figure A-22. Profiles at DNR Monument S5N

for Four Available Surveys


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Figure A-23. Profiles at DNR Monument S5S

for Four Available Surveys


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( .-.-. August 1996
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W -30
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Figure A-25. Profiles at DNR Monument S6N
for Four Available Surveys







20

o October 1995
> 10 .................... April 1996
(C '. .-... August 1996
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LL -30
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Figure A-26. Profiles at DNR Monument S6S

for Four Available Surveys








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October 1995
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Z .......................... ................................. .April 1997
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O _
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Figure A-27. Profiles at DNR Monument R-97D129

for Four Available Surveys







20

SOctober 1995
> 10 .......... . April 1996
D ........ August 1996
Z -- April 1997
0


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0 W -30
0 1000 2000 3000
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Figure A-28. Profiles at DNR Monument S7N

for Four Available Surveys







20

SOctober 1995
1 0 .............................. A pril 1996
( ...... August 1996
Z --,. April 1997
- .... .........................- ..... .. .. .................... -. ................ ......

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10
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W -30
0 1000 2000 3000
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Figure A-29. Profiles at DNR Monument S7S

for Four Available Surveys







20

SOctober 1995
> 10 .... ........................... April 1996
( ..- August 1996
Z April 1997
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U. -30
0 1000 2000 3000
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Figure A-24. Profiles at DNR Monument R-97C126

for Four Available Surveys







20 -

S: October 1995
> 10 April1996
C ....... August 1996
SApril 1997
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. -10.... .. .......................... .................


-10


LLI -30
0 1000 2000 3000
Seaward Distance from Monument (ft)

Figure A-30. Profiles at DNR Monument R-98A38

for Four Available Surveys







20

SOctober 1995
> 10 April 1996
( ........ August 1996
Z -- April 1997
0 I0 ... . . . .... .
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20


U. -30
0 1000 2000 3000
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Figure A-31. Profiles at DNR Monument S8N

for Four Available Surveys







20

SOctober 1995
> 1 0 .. ........... ......... ................................ ...... A pril 1996
(\ ........ August 1996
,... April 1997








U -30I
0 1000 2000 3000

Seaward Distance from Monument (ft)
Figure A-32. Profiles at DNR Monument S8S
for Four Available Surveys







20

: 1October 1995
0 .................... ... .... .................. ..................O october 1995
S.......... ..........April1996
CD. ....... August 1996
Z .. .... ................................... ------- April 1997




W -20 ...

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WI -40
0 1000 2000 3000
Seaward Distance from Monument (ft)

Figure A-33. Profiles at DNR Monument R-98D

for Four Available Surveys







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10 .. ... .......... April 1996
( -. .--- .. August 1996
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Figure A-34. Profiles at DNR Monument S9N

for Four Available Surveys







20
October 1995
1 ....................... t .........................................
o 10 .......... April 1996
........ August 1996
z ...\ I ...........................I.................................... A p nl 1997
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Figure A-35. Profiles at DNR Monument S9S
for Four Available Surveys







20

October 1995
S10 .......... April 1996
0 ........ August 1996
..Z --- April1997







0 -30 ... .
(a)
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0 1000 2000 3000
Seaward Distance from Monument (ft)

Figure A-36. Profiles at DNR Monument R-98G37
for Four Available Surveys







20

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> April 1996
S..... August 1996
.... ........ ------- April 1997
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S: -30
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Figure A-37. Profiles at DNR Monument S1ON

for Four Available Surveys












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Figure A-38. Profiles at DNR Monument S10S

for Four Available Surveys


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S 10 April 1996
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Figure A-39. Profiles at DNR Monument R-98J27

for Four Available Surveys




























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Figure A-40. Profiles at DNR Monument S11N

for Four Available Surveys


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0 1000 2000 3000
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0 1000 2000 3000
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Figure A-41. Profiles at DNR Monument S 11S
for Four Available Surveys







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October 1995
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(3 -.-.. August 1996
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Figure A-42. Profiles at DNR Monument R-99D

for Four Available Surveys








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October 1995
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-30



0 1000 2000 3000
Seaward Distance from Monument (ft)

Figure A-43. Profiles at DNR Monument R-100

for Four Available Surveys


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October 1995
10 .. .......... April1996
() ...... August 1996
Z ......................................... ..... ..................... ------ April 1997
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Figure A-44 Profiles at DNR Monument R-100C

for Four Available Surveys







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October 1995
S10 ................................... ........ .......... April 1996
S, .-.- August 1996
Z '- ........ .............. ....... ................................... -- --- A pril 1997
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Figure A-45 Profiles at DNR Monument R-101

for Four Available Surveys







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1 0 ................................ .............................. O october 1995
> .......... April 1996
(D ..--. August 1996
Z 0 ............................... : .................................... ------- April 1997
Z Apr l ------997
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0> -
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W -40
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Figure A-46. Profiles at DNR Monument R-102

for Four Available Surveys







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October 1995
10 .. .. April 1996
......-.. August 1996
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Seaward Distance from Monument (ft)

Figure A-47. Profiles at DNR Monument R-103
for Four Available Surveys







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> .......... April1996
( D ........ August 1996
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W' -40
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Figure A-48. Profiles at DNR Monument R-104

for Four Available Surveys




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