Coastal & Marine Slide
Compilation (CD-ROM),
Volume 1

Coastal & Marine Specialty Group (COMA)
Association of American Geographers (AAG)
1710 Sixteenth Street NW
Washington, DC 20009-3198 USA
Phone: (202) 234-1450
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Copyright 2000

Table of Contents

  1. Using the Global Positioning System for Coastal Monitoring.
    Richard C. Daniels & Peter Ruggiero
  2. Examples of Erosion and Barrier Transgression on the U.S. East Coast.
    Roger N. Dubois
  3. Coastal Erosional Forms and Processes.
    Wayne Engstrom
  4. Coastal Surface Geology of Washington State.
    Steven Eykelhoff & Richard C. Daniels
  5. Landforms and Resource Management Issues of the Coastal Zone of south-eastern Queensland-mid North Coast, New South Wales, Australia.
    Bruce P. Hooper
  6. Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) Techniques and Applications.
    Harry M. Jol
  7. Human Induced Erosion Cycles near the Port Town of Progreso in the State of Yucatan, Mexico.
    Klaus Meyer-Arendt
  8. Vulnerable Marshes of the Gulf Coast, Southeastern U.S.A..
    Joann Mossa
  9. Marine Geographers at Sea.
    Dawn J. Wright

COMA Contact Information

Richard C. Daniels, Editor
Office of Information Technology
Washington State Department of Transportation
P.O. Box 47430
Olympia, WA 98504-7430
(360) 705-7799
rdan461@yahoo.com

Steven Namikas, Secretary-Treasurer
Department of Geography and Anthropology
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
(225) 578-6142
snamik1@lsu.edu

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Citation and Copyright Information

Copyright 2000. Reproduction or transmission of this CDROM in any form, by any means without prior written permission from COMA is prohibited. The individual contributors are responsible for and retain copyright on all images, photos, and word slides contained in this compilation. The authors authorize the use of these digital images for educational and research purposes. Use of these images in a publication requires that the appropriate slide set be referenced. An example of the preferred citation format is as follows:

Eykelhoff, S. and R. C. Daniels. 2000. Coastal surface geology of Washington State. In Coastal & Marine Slide Compilation (CD-ROM), Volume 1, R.C. Daniels, Editor. Coastal and Marine Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, Washington, DC.
Use of individual images other than for educational or research purposes require the prior written permission of the appropriate contributor.

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Description of the Slide Compilation Project

Coastal and marine geographers work in a variety of marvelous settings on a diversity of research topics, and have unique experiences and documentation of those studies. The exceptional quality of many of our colleague's slides at the 1997 annual meeting of the AAG inspired Wayne Engstrom (California State University, Fullerton) and Joann Mossa (University of Florida, Gainesville) to begin a slide compilation project for and from our membership. By 1998 the compilation project had received three slide sets and was at a stand still.

Richard Daniels (Department of Ecology, Olympia, Washington) was appointed the primary contact for the project in 1998 and the concept of the project changed from collecting and publishing individual slide sets, to collecting, scanning, and publishing several slide sets on a single CDROM. These changes were made to reduce the cost of publishing individual slide sets, take advantage of currently available scanning technologies, and to increase the long-term viability of the final product.

If successful, it is anticipated that this CDROM will be of great benefit to current and future teachers in the profession and has the potential for providing additional operating funds to our specialty group.

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What is the AAG?

The Association of American Geographers (AAG) is a scientific and educational society founded in 1904. Its 7,000 members share interests in the theory, methods, and practice of geography, which they cultivate through the AAG's Annual Meeting, two scholarly journals (the Annals of the Association of American Geographers and The Professional Geographer), the monthly AAG Newsletter, and the activities of its nine Regional Divisions and 49 Specialty Groups. The AAG conducts educational and research projects that further its interests and programs.

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What is the Coastal & Marine Specialty Group (COMA)

AAG Specialty Groups are voluntary associations of AAG members who share interests in regions or topics. COMA was formed to encourage the intellectual exchange of knowledge related to coastal and marine environments and resources between geographers and other professionals (e.g., coastal engineers). The group actively works to keep its members involved through the bi-annual publication of its newsletter, Coastal Letters, and through its annual business meeting that is held concurrently with the AAG annual meeting.

Need more information about COMA? Visit our web site at http://aag_coma.homestead.com.

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