Duned Hatteras

Duned Hatteras
Buxton, North Carolina, on Hatteras Island. Today at left, and after 5 feet SLR at right. Light blue is under water; bright green indicated emergent marshlands. The dynamics of the barrier island naturally want to move sand west and south.

Buxton, North Carolina, on Hatteras Island. Today at left, and after 5 feet SLR at right. Light blue is under water; bright green indicated emergent marshlands. The dynamics of the barrier island naturally want to move sand west and south.

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