Griswold Point, The Rock
One of the clearest indicators of change is a little farther east of Griswold Point along the main part of the beach. A boulder can be seen on land in 1880 and 1934. But after that, it appears to move farther and farther into the water – what’s happening is that the level of Long Island Sound is rising, pushing the beach north.
Source: The Center for Land Use Education & Research at UConn
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