Wooli Beach Storm Damage, June, 2016. - beyondeyelevel
View south.   Note abrupt cut away of fore dune.  Note spontaneous growth of Sheoak.  I think that their fine leaves help disrupt air flow and cause further depositon of blown sand.  The sand stairs also help act as a nidus for sand aggregation.  The beach is currently, end November, broader and with low low tides assocated with the perigee moon would be an ideal time to get in and scrape up sand.  Jones Beach to the south is growing sea ward as it builds up south of the breakwater.

View south. Note abrupt cut away of fore dune. Note spontaneous growth of Sheoak. I think that their fine leaves help disrupt air flow and cause further depositon of blown sand. The sand stairs also help act as a nidus for sand aggregation. The beach is currently, end November, broader and with low low tides assocated with the perigee moon would be an ideal time to get in and scrape up sand. Jones Beach to the south is growing sea ward as it builds up south of the breakwater.