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    A 2014 video shows coastal geologist Stanley Riggs on Pea Island at the southern end of the Oregon Inlet bridge where he explains where storms are likely to open new inlets on the Outer Banks.

A 2014 video shows coastal geologist Stanley Riggs on Pea Island at the southern end of the Oregon Inlet bridge where he explains where storms are likely to open new inlets on the Outer Banks. Bruce Siceloff newsobserver.com
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