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TitleField guide for monitoring shoreline change, fortress of Louisbourg National Historical Site, Nova Scotia
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AuthorTaylor, R B; Frobel, D; Brown, A O; Duggan, R; Reeves, L
SourceGeological Survey of Canada, Open File 6966, 2011, 140 pages, https://doi.org/10.4095/289619 (Open Access)
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Year2011
PublisherNatural Resources Canada
Documentopen file
Lang.English
Mediaon-line; digital
File formatpdf
ProvinceNova Scotia
NTS11G/13
AreaLouisbourg; Louisbourg National Historical Site; Cape Breton Island; Kennington Cove; Simons Point; White Point; Black Rock; Rochefort Point; Battery Island; Grand Etang Barrier Beach; North Shore
Lat/Long WENS-60.0000 -59.7500 46.0000 45.7500
Subjectsmarine geology; environmental geology; coastal environment; coastal erosion; coastal management; shorelines; shoreline changes; flood potential; floods; sea level fluctuations
Illustrationsphotographs; location maps; tables; drawings
ProgramGeoscience for East Coast Offshore Developments, Offshore Geoscience
Released2011 12 21
AbstractThis field guide is an updated version of a 1996 Shoreline Monitoring report for Fortress Louisbourg Historical Site. It is designed to assist park staff in locating specific shore sites and line markers for accurately measuring shoreline change following severe storms or during routine patrols. Location maps, sketches, photos, GPS coordinates of markers and tables are provided for examining and recording changes at each shore site. Deterioration and loss of markers at a number of shore sites during the past few years and a focus by archaeologists on newly exposed cultural resources on Rochefort Point and along Louisbourg Harbour necessitated this revision. Additional sites were added in 2011 at White Point and Battery Island. Any information collected or changes observed at any of these sites should be reported to the archaeological group at Fortress Louisbourg for inclusion in their computer data base and assessment of shoreline changes.
GEOSCAN ID289619