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Historical shoreline changes in New Jersey 1835-1972. 1) Sandy Hook Quadrangle, New Jersey - New York. 7.5 minute series (topographic).
- Trenton, N.J. : New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, 1981.
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. Division of Coastal Resources. In lower right margin: Sandy Hook, N.J. - N.Y. Mapped by the Army Map Service, edited and published by the Geological Survey. "This map is for visual purposes, for detailed analysis refer to the original sources. Blue line copy. This map is sheet 1 of a set of nineteen sheets.
- Shorelines, Geomorphology, and New Jersey—Maps
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