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Tying Down the Outer Banks


Abstract:
As the Outer Banks has become barren over time, losing its vegetation, the dunes have come alive and processes of movement have sped up due to storms along the coast. With the Outer Banks protecting more than 1.5 million acres of agriculture and forestry, there is argument for replanting of vegetation on the Outer Banks to provide critical stabilization.
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31269