Figure 8. A view of the frontal dune ridge at Seawall Beach from the entrance path. Note the rise in the vegetated dune ridge to the right side of the photo. This is a relict dune scarp created during the Blizzard of February 1978 when the storm created coastal flooding and large surf that eroded the dune well inland of where it is today. This 100-year storm left a legacy in many of Maine's frontal dunes similar to that seen at Seawall Beach. MGS file photo by S. M. Dickson taken November 4, 2008.
Last updated on November 6, 2008