Figure 13. A view of the Seawall Beach spit on April 7, 2009 shortly after the storm illustrated in Figure 12. The smooth surface of the spit in the right side of the photograph is evidence of water overtopping the surface. The path of flow is north-south across and out to sea from the Morse River tidal inlet where it exits from the salt marsh. Photograph courtesy of M. Retelle, Geology Department, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine.
Last updated on January 14, 2010