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These bars usually consist of accumulated gravel and sand carried by the current of longshore drift and deposited at a less turbulent part of the current. Thus, they most commonly occur across artificial bay and river entrances due to the loss of kinetic energy in the current after wave refraction.
Sand Bypass Systems
- "Sandbar (geology)". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 29 August 2018.
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