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Mr. Stephen M. Dickson

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Phone: (207) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: s***@***.gov
Maine State Library
64 State House Station
Augusta, Maine 04333
United States

 
Background

Employment History

  • Marine Geologist
    Maine Geological Survey
  • Coastal Geologist
    Maine Geological Survey

Board Memberships and Affiliations

50 Total References
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Coastal Hazards Resilience | Northeast Regional Ocean Council (NROC)
northeastoceancouncil.org, 6 Aug 2014 [cached]
Stephen Dickson, Maine Geological Survey
The highest storm tide - the ...
www.sunjournal.com, 5 July 2013 [cached]
The highest storm tide - the combination of tide level and storm surge - in Portland was recorded during the blizzard of 1978, said Stephen Dickson, a marine geologist with the Maine Geological Survey who will speak at the conference. On Feb. 7, 1978, a 2.5-foot storm surge combined with an 11.6-foot tide resulted in a total storm tide of 14.1 feet, he said.
But geologists recently learned that there have been storm surges of 4, 5 and 6 feet through the decades in Portland, according to tide gauge records going back to 1912. The highest storm surge on record was 6.5 feet, on Jan. 24, 1921, but that occurred during low tide so its impact was minimal.
"If we had a surge like that at high tide, we would have waters where we never had them before. And then we would have our own Sandy," Dickson said.
But we cannot wait," Steve ...
www.nrcm.org, 17 Aug 2009 [cached]
But we cannot wait," Steve Dickson, a coastal geologist with the Maine Geological Survey, said in a statement. Dickson has produced maps on bluff stability and sea-level rise predictions aimed at helping inform property owners.
The highest storm tide -- the ...
lancasteronline.com, 5 July 2013 [cached]
The highest storm tide -- the combination of tide level and storm surge -- in Portland was recorded during the blizzard of 1978, said Stephen Dickson, a marine geologist with the Maine Geological Survey who will speak at the conference. On Feb. 7, 1978, a 2.5-foot storm surge combined with an 11.6-foot tide resulted in a total storm tide of 14.1 feet, he said.
But geologists recently learned that there have been storm surges of 4, 5 and 6 feet through the decades in Portland, according to tide gauge records going back to 1912. The highest storm surge on record was 6.5 feet, on Jan. 24, 1921, but that occurred during low tide so its impact was minimal.
"If we had a surge like that at high tide, we would have waters where we never had them before. And then we would have our own Sandy," Dickson said.
Unprecedented erosion up and down the ...
lethalapp.com [cached]
Unprecedented erosion up and down the New England coastline may be to blame for the unusual currents, said Stephen Dickson, a marine geologist for the Maine Geological Survey said. Strong storms wore away at beaches earlier this year in ways not seen for 20 years, he said.
"It's a possibility," Dickson said.
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