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The setting of a beach nourishment project is key to design and potential performance.
Now they are turning in increasing numbers to beach nourishment.
These are used for beach nourishment, land reclamation and construction.
Beach nourishment is one way of protecting the fort landmark.
Beach nourishment is typically part of a larger coastal defense scheme.
A third strategy is that of beach nourishment (a 'soft' approach).
"But in others there is a very slow rate of erosion and those places are ideal candidates for beach nourishment."
Evolution of shore protection and the shift from structures to beach nourishment.
Beach nourishment is expensive, and must be repeated periodically.
Beach nourishment involves pumping sand onto beaches to improve their health.
Beach nourishment can be used alongside the groyne schemes.
Similar debates surround beach nourishment and snow cannon in sensitive environments.
The proposed scheme included 3 reefs and beach nourishment.
Recognition is growing that dumping sand into flood waters ("beach nourishment") doesn't work.
The reasons for beach nourishment are often misunderstood.
Beach nourishment has significant impacts on local ecosystems.
A third option, a moderate compromise suggests that the current 'soft' beach nourishment strategy is worth continuing.
In contrast beach nourishment can increase sediment source.
A beach nourishment program was set up resulting in an influx of development and infrastructure in the late 1970s.
If the Park Service wanted to be logical, it would require beach nourishment on the island to simulate natural conditions.
Mr. Dillon, with the support of environmentalists, has generally opposed beach nourishment projects.
These techniques include beach nourishment and sand dune stabilization.
He sees a role for beach nourishment programs, rebuilding eroded beaches with tons of imported sand.
Hornsea has many coastal defences such as sea walls, groynes and beach nourishment.
Other civil engineering projects include flood control, beach nourishment, and dredging for waterway navigation.
The agreement included a provision for 30 years of periodic beach renourishment, until 2027.
But beach renourishment projects can cost tens of millions of dollars and require constant maintenance.
A 2009 beach renourishment program was credited with saving the island from the full effects of Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
Beach renourishment is engineering, not "piling" sand.
But the National Research Council reported last year that beach renourishment could result in "significant reductions in nesting success."
Stop the Beach Renourishment v. Fla.
Recent beach renourishment projects in North Carolina, including Emerald Isle, have been both praised and questioned.
Beachfront property owners objected to the project and incorporated plaintiff Stop the Beach Renourishment, Inc. to stop the beach nourishment.
Mr. Bissell said that Seaside homeowners are committed to maintaining the community - even if the $1,600 each contributed to beach renourishment last year was washed away by Dennis.
The specific habitat occupied by the species is vulnerable to beachfront habitat alteration activities including beach renourishment projects and dredge-and-fill operations, both of which increase sedimentation and water turbidity and cover necessary habitat.
"Last winter was mild, and we didn't lose any dunes," said Charles Bowman, president of the Land Use Environmental Corporation of Baiting Hollow, an environmental consulting business that works on beach renourishment.
Since the 1920's, the government has spent more than $1 billion on beach repairs, said Owen H. Pilkey Jr., a professor emeritus of geology at Duke University who is a critic of the beach renourishment efforts.
We would like to take this opportunity to recognize your support of beach renourishment funding for our nation's coats, specifically in regards to Duval County, Florida, one of ASBPA's Best Restored Beaches."
The increase of pollution and erosion (being challenged, with some success, through a low-tech $1,200-per-foot scheme known as "beach renourishment") threatens to make the beach just an ancestral memory for our descendants, perhaps even return it to the "great abyss" of Genesis.
In November 2009, the remnants of Hurricane Ida, by then nicknamed the "nor' Ida," did substantial damage to the beachfront in Davis Park, carrying away much of the sand of the previous spring's beach renourishment project.
Mr. Campbell, a Republican who normally balks at the idea of new taxes, said special tax zones could be established in coastal counties and residents could vote to have additional taxes levied on resort accommodations, with the proceeds going to beach renourishment.
To the Editor: Re "Federal Money Is Following Rebuilt Beaches Out to Sea" (news article, July 1): In addition to wasting millions of taxpayer dollars fighting unwinnable wars against nature, beach renourishment projects can also wreak havoc on the environment.
In the winter and spring of 2009, a beach renourishment project was undertaken on Fire Island, with the cooperation of the National Park Service, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Towns of Brookhaven and Islip and Fire Island residents.
Superintendent Dillon's new announced sand-dredging and dune-building policy commits to issue National Park Service permits for properly designed, comprehensive and coordinated beach renourishment projects for the near-term and 2003-2006 period, if approved by the other responsible agencies, the Corps of Engineers and the state Department of Environmental Conservation.
Stop the Beach Renourishment Inc. v. Florida Department of Environmental Protection, (homeowners opposed beach renourishment which would establish their property boundary at the water line before renourishment, instead of the subsequent water's edge after renourishment) Stop the Beach lost.
Advocates of beach replenishment see it as critical for the region's future.
"Beach replenishment per se is not a bad thing," he said.
They can also be used for town and city regeneration or beach replenishment.
A major beach replenishment project took place in 1989.
In truth, beach replenishment is protecting the businesses at the shore.
"The main reason for this whole beach replenishment project is to protect those investments.
As for beach replenishment, in the grand scheme of things it is irrelevant.
And who is paying for the multibillion dollar beach replenishment program?
Officials on the island are asking for federal money to help pay for a beach replenishment project expected to cost $50 million.
What about sand and gravel used for beach replenishment?
Beach replenishment will restore eroded building lots to their original dimensions.
With another bailout demand in hand, it is time for state officials to talk honestly about who really benefits from beach replenishment projects.
"Right behind, and becoming more important, is beach replenishment, which used to be a nickel-and-dime operation for the Corps.
Beach replenishment and groyne replanking would continue at intervals.
Combined with a high construction cost, this has led to an increasing use of other soft engineering coastal management options such as beach replenishment.
The deposition may also have as purpose to build up the coastline, artificial islands, or for beach replenishment.
The eleventh goal of this hazard mitigation plan is to advocate for beach replenishment.
Getting our free-spending government to spend money on beach replenishment is not O.K.
Beach replenishment is not protecting the shore.
Asselta fought for increased state aid for shore protection and beach replenishment.
Beach replenishment has been a hugely controversial topic.
Beach replenishment is required to encourage tourism.
Advocates of the sand rights theory say they hope that added fees or beach replenishment requirements would discourage building in environmentally sensitive areas.
"It's very important to remember that the only people in the country who are for beach replenishment are the beachfront property owners.
"Beach replenishment has been a promise for more than 40 years but never a sure thing," Mr. Pringle said.
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