Acknowledgments

NewYork State Department of Environmental Conservation provided funding for this project from the Environmental Protection Fund through the Hudson River Estuary Program. Additional expertise and facilities have been provided by the USGS Water Resources Division (ground penetrating radar) and by the NOAA Coastal Services Center (SPI). Contribution number 1301 of the Marine Sciences Research Center and contribution of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.

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