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Analysis of Redeposited Artifacts McFaddin Beach Texas

Analysis of Redeposited Artifacts McFaddin Beach Texas

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Stright, M. J., E. M. Lear, and J. F. Bennett, 1999, Spatial Data Analysis of Artifacts Redeposited by Coastal Erosion: A Case Study of McFaddin Beach, Texas. US Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Metairie, Louisiana.
Stright, M. J., E. M. Lear, and J. F. Bennett, 1999, Spatial Data Analysis of Artifacts Redeposited by Coastal Erosion: A Case Study of McFaddin Beach, Texas. US Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Metairie, Louisiana.

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SPATIAL DATA ANALYSIS OF ARTIFACTSREDEPOSITED BY COASTAL EROSION:A CASE STUDY OF MCFADDIN BEACH, TEXASVOLUME I
OCS StudyMMS 99-0068U.S. Department of the InteriorMinerals Management Service
 
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Page 121
(corrects symbol used for latitude and longitude degrees from 0 to
0)
Table
10.
OPS
Coordinates
of
McFaddin
Beach
LandmarksLandmarkLatitudeLongitudeAccuracy
1.
Water Tank 29° 39' 30.95" N94° 06' 7.09" W±
15
meters
2.
Cattle Pens (east) 29° 38' 45.02" N94° 08' 12.94" W±
15
meters
3.
ARCO Pipeline 29° 37' 16.37" N94° 11' 59.77" W
±9
meters4. Chevron Facility29° 36;28" N94°
14'0l"W
±30meters
5.
Salt Cedar Tree29° 35' 27.02" N94°
16'
42.66" W
±
15
meters
6. YeHow
Trailers 29° 34' 44.06" N94° 18' 31.41" W±
12
meters
7.
Cattle Pens (west)29° 34' 04.34" N'94° 20' 15.47" W
±
15
meters
8.
Intersection
of
Highways 87
&
124
29° 32' 58" N94° 23'17"W±30meters
Page 143
(corrects symbols used in equation
and
in
the text discussing the equation)
!e=
1/(2
t{i)
where p
=
n-l)lAwhere n is the number
of
points in the data setwhere A
z's
the area in square meters
of
he study area
Randomness (R)
of
the spatial distribution
of
a data set is determined
by
the actual meandistance to the nearest neighbor
(fo)
for the data set divided
by
the expected mean distance
to
the
nearest neighbor for a random distribution
of
the same number
of
points
(Fe).
If
the Rvalue is close
to
1.0, the distribution is random;
if
R is less than 1.0, the distribution tendstowards clustering; and
if
R
is
greater than 1.0, the distribution tends towards regularity_
 
OCS StudyMMS 99-0068
SPATIAL DATA ANALYSIS OF ARTIFACTS REDEPOSITEDBY COASTAL EROSION: A CASE STUDY OFMCFADDIN BEACH, TEXASbyMelanie J. StrightEileen M. LearJames F. BennettPrepared forU.S. Department of the InteriorMinerals Management ServiceHerndon, VA
December 1999

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