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More recently they identified that wreck as the Fame.
And here is the link for more about that.
If you've been keeping up with my posts on how sand moves, I've been adding a little every once in a while.
I added a big new piece to my understanding of what causes erosion when I got into topics such as liquefaction and sand shearing. Those are engineering terms that have been studied experimentally, but I have been applying them to beach erosion.
In a few words, I've become more clear on the roll and importance of pore pressure. That is refers to the spaces between grains.
I'll try to more fully explain what I've learned about that some day soon.
Funny how you study a topic for a long while and every once in a while you learn something new that adds a whole new dimension.
Cyclone Debbie strikes Australia with 160 mile per hour winds.
Here is the link for more about that.
The weather has been absolutely beautiful on the Treasure Coast. Unfortunately the beach conditions haven't been great. While the surf subsides, we are now having some good tides.
Our hurricane season begins in less than two months.