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Kate Deliso
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Kate Deliso's Blog

Sustainable New Ways to Fight Beach Erosion

All over the world we are confronted with rising sea levels and more frequent hurricanes and tropical storms. We will see more heavy rains and low lying regions and coastal areas will get seriously affected by flooding. Rising sea levels and current action will allow waves to reach further on to our beaches, and our fragile beach and dunes systems cannot always cope with these forces and have no time to adjust. This is when beach erosion will occur, and we will have to protect ourselves and…

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Posted on April 21, 2013 at 6:29am

Climate Change, Beach Erosion And What We Can Do About It

Until recently many of us thought that pristine beaches and beautiful weather were part of our daily live, and would be forever.

Well. superstorm Sandy taught us an important lesson when it attacked the eastern seaboard in October and damaged many beaches in a short period of time. If we would like to enjoy our shorelines, we must protect them. Our beautiful beaches and their surroundings will suffer severe damage from erosion by these storms if we will stay…

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Posted on January 9, 2013 at 9:30am

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