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Louisiana has begun construction of a $67 million project to create miles (kilometers) of oyster reefs to protect the shoreline in a New Orleans suburb.
Coastlines continue to be in jeopardy from climate change and ongoing residential and infrastructure development. Byrne Looby geotechnical engineer William O’Connor discusses a recent paper investigating persistent scattered interferometry as a coastal erosion monitoring tool.
Having recently completed beach nourishment projects in five Delaware Bay beach communities, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control today begins the next phase of restoring parts of Delaware’s coastline, including the beaches that experienced widespread erosion and damage from a May nor’easter.
The success of Varaha-1 will be crucial for India's net-zero plans
Louisiana has begun construction of a $67 million project to create miles of oyster reefs to protect the shoreline in a New Orleans suburb.
Beach erosion following last weekend’s fierce coastal storm has created additional headaches in several towns with Memorial Day weekend only two weeks away.
Sandy beaches, wide open spaces and the constant drama of the ever-shifting coastal landscape has long drawn throngs to the world’s coastlines, both as holidaymakers and as permanent residents.
Images in the wake of violent coastal storms usually focus purely on the extensive damage caused to beaches, dunes, property, and surrounding infrastructure.
A new center at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi aims at researching how technology and data can help coastal communities like Corpus Christi respond in the wake of disasters.
U.S. Rep Hakeem Jeffries announced Monday the allocation of $800,000 in funds from the most recent federal budget to construct a “tidal gate” along the Canarsie waterfront, which aims to further bolster the vulnerable waterfront nabe from the adverse effects of climate change.
RALEIGH, NC (WWAY) — The N.C. Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is accepting project applications from local governments for coastal storm damage mitigation projects.
Summer vacation season is fast approaching, but if you're going to the coast, there's a chance it could look different as eroding coastlines are impacting beach and bayfront towns.
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Land — we cultivate it for food, mine it for resources, and build our homes upon it. We travel across it, wage wars over it, and even worship it. We spend nearly all of our time on it, and most of us are buried in it when we die. Sometimes, we even create it.
In California, millions of residents and thousands of farmers depend on the Bay-Delta for fresh water—but they can’t agree on how to protect it.
With only a few weeks until Memorial Day, erosion, scarfing and other damage is visible along many miles of Delaware’s oceanside beaches.
What's with the wind lately, huh?
A slow-moving area of low pressure off the Carolina coast has closed access to parts of the Outer Banks.
The Mothers’ Day nor’easter that whipped up waves and led to clouds, rain and high winds all weekend carved a significant chunk out of Ortley Beach’s oceanfront, creating sand “cliffs” and damaging some beach entrances. (A video of the “cliffs” appears above. A video of dune erosion appears below.)
The Metals Company announced along with Allseas the successful results of a deep-water test of its polymetallic nodule collector vehicle in the Atlantic Ocean. The vehicle was tested at a depth of almost 2,500 meters.
On a cool March afternoon, Janie Baldi stands on her 2nd floor porch and peaks over rooftops to gaze at the ocean disappearing into the horizon. She proudly shares that her house was recently remodeled, complete with new blue and white exterior paint.
2,700 acre project near Lake Borne will move more than three Superdomes worth of mud
The Miami Beach Renourishment 2021 contract will nourish eroded shoreline along Miami-Dade County in the following locations: 64th Street, 55th Street, 46th Street, and 27th Street. The sand source for the project will be truck hauled to the project location.
Up and down the U.S. East Coast, humans are fighting a losing battle against erosion.
KAHANA — The Keonenui Bay Foundation, a 501(c)(3) corporation, is proposing construction of a live barrier coral reef in West Maui’s Keonenui Bay.