Walk Leader: Melanie Meade, South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo) Nature Educator
Long Island’s beaches are constantly undergoing change—storms shift large amounts of sand in a short time, seasonal tides and wind waves erode and deposit sediments, and daily tides and winds create patterns in the sediments along the shore. Take a walk along a bay beach bluff to observe these coastal processes by noticing the story told in the geologic features of the bluff face and the beach below.
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Photo Credit: Jonathan Wilkins