Portland State University. Department of Earth Sciences.
Leonard A. Palmer
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Geology
Land use -- Oregon -- Lincoln County, Landforms -- Oregon -- Lincoln County
1 online resource (88 pages)
This study of a portion of Oregon's Lincoln County coast describes the physical limitations to land use of the various landforms in the study area. Seven major landform types comprise the study area: beaches, active dunes, stabilized dunes, marsh land and tidal flats, marine terraces, basaltic headlands, and uplands. Descriptions and evaluations of their physical characteristics, distribution, geologic and and engineering characteristics, and potentially hazardous processes are contained in the maps, figures, and text.
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Mathiot, Richard Kent, "A Preliminary Investigation of the Land Use Limitations of the Major Landforms Along a Portion of the Lincoln County Coast, Oregon" (1973). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 2170.