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Fallen Tree, Plum Island, Sandy Hook, NJ
USA

Fallen tree as a result of dune and beach erosion. This winter saw increasing erosion of the dunes and beaches around Sandy Hook, in particular the storm of March 13th was close to Hurricane proportions and caused considerable erosion.

Copyright: Brian richards
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Resolution: 12002x6001
Uploadet: 16/05/2010
Opdateret: 10/09/2014
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Tags: fallen tree; plum island; sandy hook; nj; beach; erosion; bay; dune; usa
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