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The proliferation of dams since 1950 promoted sediment deposition in reservoirs, which is thought to be starving the coast of sediment and decreasing the resilience of communities to storms and sea-level rise. Diminished river loads measured upstream from the coast, however, should not be assumed to propagate seaward. Here, we show that century-long records of sediment mass accumulation rates (g cm-2 yr-1) and sediment accumulation rates (cm yr-1) more than doubled after 1950 in coastaldoi:10.1038/s41467-020-16994-z pmid:32591539 fatcat:x2v2ffhnd5c2lbup2nhdadappq