UGA coastal units work to preserve a state treasure

(Published in UGA Research’s on-line magazine.)
Georgia’s Atlantic seaboard stretches from the northern tip of Tybee Island to the bottom of Cumberland Island to the south. While that distance measures only about 110 miles as the snowy egret flies, it’s marked by a series of 14 barrier islands that, all told, provide the state with some 3,400 miles of tidal shoreline.Read the entire article and view a video here. 

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