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Antarctica A Keystone in a Changing World
Estero Bay, which lies on the central California coast, has rocky headlands at both ends and sandy beaches within it. The shoreline of the bay has adjusted to be in equilibrium with the predominant wave climate, which is from the northwest. Because of its present shoreline configeration, the net southward littoral transport found along much of the California coast does not occur within Estero Bay. Instead, the sand primarily moves on-and offshore with a reversing longshore component. This sanddoi:10.3133/ofr82537 fatcat:pz2bkgr2qrab7limo6rdy4pb4a