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The shifting sands of Cape Cod

New landscape threatens refuge

Chatham Harbormaster Stuart Smith walked Wednesday from South Monomoy Island to his truck, parked on a new sand formation that now connects South Monomoy Island to South Beach in Chatham.
By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / December 17, 2006

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CHATHAM -- The Saturday after Thanksgiving, Chatham Harbormaster Stuart Smith drove down the long narrow peninsula known as South Beach -- and parked on what had been ocean three days earlier. (Full article: 1112 words)

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