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Maine Emergency Management Agency

16 Statehouse Station

Augusta, Maine 04333

United States

Company Description

We are a small family business located on a salt water farm in beautiful Waldoboro Maine. We raise a herd of lovingly-spoiled Dwarf Nigerian Goats. Our sweet does produce rich milk that is the base of many of our products including soaps, scrubs, and bath ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Geologist

Maine Department of Conservation

Affiliations

Committee Member
Northeast Regional Ocean Council

Education

Ph.D.

Web References (76 Total References)


Coastal Hazards Resilience | Northeast Regional Ocean Council (NROC)

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Stephen Dickson, Maine Geological Survey


Living Shorelines Group | Northeast Regional Ocean Council (NROC)

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Steve Dickson, Maine Geological Society


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Steve Dickson, Maine Geological Society


"This has been an unusual summer," ...

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"This has been an unusual summer," said Stephen Dickson, a marine geologist with the Maine Geological Survey. "I don't recall in 20 years this being quite as popular a topic. There's certainly been a lot of discussion."

That discussion may continue well into the Labor Day weekend, traditionally the last big beach weekend in Maine.
Dickson said king tides - especially high tides, sometimes 2 or 3 feet higher than average - in the past week are remobilizing seaweed that is likely to wash ashore just in time for the holiday weekend.
REVISITING BEACH MAINTENANCE
The increase in seaweed stems from four factors: wind direction, spring tides, neap tides and surf. Spring tides - which have the largest range and occur around the full and new moons - create high water levels that can move seaweed from rocky shores, setting the wrack free to wash onto sandy beaches. There were many days in July with high water levels, Dickson said.
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Dickson said a period of moderate waves in mid-July may have aided in stranding seaweed on the beach just as the tidal range was declining, leaving seaweed lingering high on beaches for days.

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