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Gulf of Mexico
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Texas: Islanders should stay informed about barrier plans

The Houston/Galveston Bay Area is home to five major industry clusters including aerospace, specialty chemical, health care, maritime, and recreation and tourism.

Northeast
Engineering

Why all the coastal flooding in Maryland lately? Tropical Storm Melissa is to blame, forecasters say

Tropical Storm Melissa, slowly rotating off the Atlantic Coast, has pushed water up the Chesapeake Bay, resulting in coastal flooding. Shorelines and roadways were flooded in waterfront communities throughout Maryland.

Northeast
Engineering

Climate Change is Coming for Annapolis

Rising sea levels could force the Navy to abandon the U.S. Naval Academy’s current location by 2100: A call for action.

International
Engineering

Man-made Islands Are More Common Than You Think

The British Isles are made up of more than 6,000 islands, but that wasn't enough for some of their Neolithic residents. In northern Scotland, ancient peoples used to pile hundreds of boulders on lake bottoms, riverbeds and estuary floors. Using this technique, they painstakingly built scores of tiny islands, some of which are around 5,500 years old.

Mid-Atlantic
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Topsail Beach to start $24.6M channel dredging, beach nourishment project

TOPSAIL BEACH, NC (WWAY) — The Town of Topsail Beach will be starting a channel dredging and beach renourishment project soon. The town awarded the project contract to Weeks Marine in a special meeting on October 4.

Mid-Atlantic
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North Carolina: Southern Shores to hire beach funding consultant

On a typical 3-2 vote during the Tuesday, October 1 regular session Town Council meeting, Southern Shores authorized spending $35,000 to contract with DEC Associates, Inc. for financial planning help on a beach nourishment project.

West Coast
Engineering

Malibu to Host Community Feedback Workshops to Help Create a Citywide Resiliency Plan

The City of Malibu will hold two workshops to get community feedback for the creation of a Citywide Resiliency Plan on Tuesday, October 29, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM and Saturday, November 23, 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Malibu City Hall.

Northeast
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New York: Completed report announced following East Side Coastal Resiliency Project consultant review

Borough President Gale A. Brewer and Council Member Carlina Rivera announced Thursday the completed report by independent consulting firm Deltares on the East Side Coastal Resiliency Project (ESCR). As 6sqft previously reported, the project was first developed in the wake of Hurricane Sandy and is intended to protect 2.2 miles of Manhattan’s East Side, between East 25th Street and Montgomery Street, from flooding and improve access to waterfront space. According to the city, the ESCR project would protect over 110,000 New Yorkers in the area.

Gulf of Mexico
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Hurricanes taking toll on Florida beaches

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Hurricane season is taking its toll on our local beaches. Many beaches are running out of sand. Surf’s up in Volusia County – way up.

Gulf of Mexico
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Texas to get $4B to help prevent future flooding, but Houston won't be managing the money

There's $4 billion in new flood-prevention funding available from the feds. But neither Houston nor Harris County will be in charge of it.

Mid-Atlantic
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North Carolina: Outer Banks’ only highway closes as ocean threatens to wash away cars

A storm off the East Coast is causing coastal flooding along the Outer Banks. NC 12, the only highway connecting the barrier islands, was closed temporarily early Friday as waves breached the dunes.

Gulf of Mexico
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Florida: Completed coastal vulnerability study presented to Sanibel City Council

The Sanibel City Council recently heard a presentation and received the final report on a coastal resiliency study of the islands, conducted in partnership with Florida Gulf Coast University.

Gulf of Mexico
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Louisiana: Sediment-Diversion System Created in Louisiana to Reduce Erosion

Louisiana is creating a sediment-diversion system in order to reduce inland flooding and erosion.

Gulf of Mexico
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Mississippi's Hancock County opposes Louisiana's $800M river diversion project

The Hancock County Board of Supervisors this week launched a new strategy opposing the proposed $800 million Mid-Breton Sediment Diversion, calling it a threat to the Mississippi county’s fisheries resources and recreational and economic development future.

Mid-Atlantic
Engineering

Topsail Beach Awards Dredge, Sand Contract

Topsail Beach officials have awarded a $24.6 million contract for its planned channel dredging and beach renourishment project.

International
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United Kingdom: The plan to save Norfolk coast will only put off the inevitable

This summer, the UK’s Norfolk coast underwent a transformation that has only been seen once in the world before.

International
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Besix boosts Polish autonomy by digging new channel through the Vistula Spit

Belgian contractor Besix has been picked to make a small but important change to the coastal geography of Poland by punching a hole through the Vistula Spit in Gdańsk Bay so ships will no longer have to sail through Russian waters to reach the Polish port of Elbląg.

Gulf of Mexico
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Florida: Escambia and Santa Rosa leaders say 'transformational' funding from BP spill coming soon

Although it has been more than nine years since oil from BP's Deepwater Horizon drilling rig hit area beaches, Escambia and Santa Rosa counties are just now starting to see tens of millions of dollars in restitution from the oil giant.

Hawaii & Alaska
Engineering

New alternatives offered for Hawaii canal flooding plan

An engineering consulting firm provided new alternatives to a flood management plan for an Oahu canal, officials said.

Southeast
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Flagler Beach dune project workshop, hearing set

Flagler County officials have scheduled a workshop and public hearing for 6 to 7:30 p.m. Oct. 22 to discuss the creation of an “erosion control line” along the upcoming Army Corps of Engineers dune restoration project in Flagler Beach.

Northeast
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New Jersey: Feds award $32.5 million beach replenishment contract in Ocean City, N.J. area

More beach replenishment and dune building is coming to Cape May County, federal officials announced.

International
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Multi-million pound sandscaping project saved homes from 'very real flood risk' - says council

A £19m sandscaping project successfully protected homes and businesses on the north Norfolk coast from a "very real flood risk" during the recent tidal surge, it has been claimed.

Gulf of Mexico
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Experts warn: Beach renourishments usually come with rip current risk

A restored Panama City Beach, with its signature parallel sand bars, will pose a continued danger to swimmers from rip currents created when wave action traps water inshore of the underwater ridges, which then breaks free in the form of the powerful outflowing current.

Southeast
Engineering

South Carolina: King Tide washout delays Pawleys Island beach renourishment

PAWLEYS ISLAND, SC (WBTW) – Monday’s king tide washed up five to six inches of saltwater on Pawleys Island causing clogged drains, an erosion of water, collapsing asphalt, and a delay to the town’s beach renourishment.

Coastwide
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The Many Threats to Our Coastlines: Five Questions for Gilbert M. Gaul

The author of “The Geography of Risk” argues that reckless development and the specter of more severe storms pose a grave threat to high-risk

Northeast
Engineering

Massachusetts: Gaping holes in Plymouth Harbor seawall

Walk down the stone steps along Water Street and the wall of granite blocks holding up the Great Depression Wall built by Works Progress Administration, or WPA, crews back in the day is clearly visible. So are the gaping holes in it.

West Coast
Engineering

California: New Study Assesses Santa Barbara Coastline Vulnerability

Santa Barbara County residents love their coastline, from the small-town beaches of Carpinteria to Santa Barbara’s waterfront to camping hotspots like Jalama Beach and dramatic Guadalupe Dunes. But drastic changes are in store in coming decades as temperatures and sea levels rise, bringing massive impacts to local ecology and human systems.

Gulf of Mexico
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Biloxi gets $5.9 million for a new beachside boardwalk, wave-shaped drainage outfalls

The mayor hinted Tuesday that something big was coming, and on Friday the governor announced Biloxi will get $5.9 million for improvements on the beach in East Biloxi and on the Back Bay.

Mid-Atlantic
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North Carolina: Corps plan to deepen Cape Fear River to 47 feet under fire

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has unveiled the early phase of a federal project that, if approved, would deepen the Cape Fear River shipping channel by about five feet to an average depth of at least 47 feet.

Southeast
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Thursday’s Editorial: Sunny day flooding is only getting worse

Florida Times-Union calls for action by City of Jacksonville to address flooding

Gulf of Mexico
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Louisiana hopes to fight coast erosion by mimicking nature

Back when the Mississippi River flowed wild, its ever-shifting waters acted as a continent-sized earth mover, picking up sand and dirt from the North, depositing it in the Delta region and eventually creating the land that is now south Louisiana.

International
Engineering

Wanted: Designs for Indonesia’s new smart, green capital city

Public Works and Housing Ministry has officially opened a design contest for the country’s new capital city in the eastern part of Borneo, offering a total prize worth Rp 5 billion (US$353,490) for five winners who can outline the best concept for a “smart, forest city”.

Gulf of Mexico
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Governor announces $2.7 million in GOMESA funding for Ocean Springs beach, Pascagoula port

JACKSON COUNTY, Mississippi -- Gov. Phil Bryant announced last week nearly $21 million in projects around the state to be funded by Phase II Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act (GOMESA) monies.

Mid-Atlantic
Engineering

Cape May County Beachfill Contract Goes to GLDD

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Philadelphia District awarded a contract to Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company of Oak Brook, Illinois for $32.5 million to complete periodic nourishment of two projects in Cape May County, N.J.

International
Engineering

One of Australia's Most Beautiful Beaches Has Been Washed Away

Coastal erosion has seen Stockton Beach gradually lose its coveted patch of sand over the last decade — but a recent storm has closed the beach almost entirely.

Northeast
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Outer Cape faces more coastal erosion this winter

There is no clear way to predict what the winter will bring for coastal erosion.

West Coast
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Assembly Bill (AB) 65 to invest millions in green infrastructure along California’s coast

In an effort to combat the effects of our climate crisis, Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris (D-Laguna Beach) authored Assembly Bill 65 which was signed into law by Governor Newsom today. AB 65 invests in Green Infrastructure along the California coast in order to combat sea-level rise.

Northeast
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New Jersey: Replenished Beaches Are Getting Smaller, And That's Exactly What's Supposed to Happen

It was the first mention of its kind, and likely not the last. Amidst a township council meeting last week marked by raucous debate over unrelated issues, an Ortley Beach resident noted during a public comment period that some beaches appeared to be getting a bit smaller.

Gulf of Mexico
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Port Report: Houston looks to start expansion efforts by 2021

The Port of Houston is going forward on boosting its container capacity with plans to purchase three new ship-to-shore cranes and to study a widening and deepening project for the ship channel.

Southeast
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Flagler Beach inks dune restoration pact with county

Flagler County’s ongoing dune restoration project is getting a boost from the Flagler Beach City Commission, a move officials hope will “kick start” an effort to keep money flowing to the multimillion-dollar effort.

Mid-Atlantic
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NJ: Avalon's Beach to Be Bolstered by Hydraulic Fill Project

The Borough of Avalon has entered into a partnership with the Army Corps of Engineers and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection for a hydraulic beach fill to restore north-end beaches.

International
Engineering

UK: Flood gates close as coastal towns prepare for high tides

North Norfolk District Council closed the gates at Mundesley, Bacton and Walcott on Monday morning after a weekend of torrential rain.

Mid-Atlantic
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As sea level rises, NC battleship prepares to shore up

Rising seas are pushing the Cape Fear River over its banks and into Battleship Park more and more frequently. But a grant has put the Battleship North Carolina nearly a fourth of the way toward its goal of protecting itself for years to come.

Gulf of Mexico
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2.5 miles of beach planned for Collier County renourishing project

A $5.2 million beach renourishment project is set to begin in Collier County Oct. 1.

Southeast
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Florida combatting climate change and sea level rise

Sea level rise and coastal flooding can mean life or death when a major storm hits. With hurricane season underway, coastal flooding is top of mind for many communities.

Mid-Atlantic
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North Carolina Shoreline Rock Wall Project Upheld by Court: Read the court opinion

A North Carolina town’s plan to mitigate chronic shoreline erosion by constructing a terminal groin was properly approved by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, a federal judge ruled.

Mid-Atlantic
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North Carolina: Beach erosion proves costly

This story is part of an ongoing anniversary series on Hurricane Florence, which struck in September 2018, and the storm’s lingering effects on Carteret County and its residents.

Northeast
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New York: Who Should Pay to Remake Montauk Beach?

In Montauk, ‘if you double the length of the project, you quadruple the lifetime’

International
Engineering

Sea walls protecting New Zealand cities are losing their battle with the ocean, UN report warns

The sea swell combined with a king tide has eaten the sea wall, protecting the Plimmerton fire station, for the third time in 5 years.

Mid-Atlantic
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North Carolina: NCDOT Working to Remedy Hurricane Dorian's Destruction

When Hurricane Dorian struck North Carolina's Cape Hatteras region (Dare and Hyde counties) on the evening of Sept. 6 as a Category 1 storm, it caused considerable damage to coastal towns, homes and businesses, along with vital highway and road infrastructure. The storm remained in the area until the next morning before transitioning into an extratropical cyclone and heading out to sea toward Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.

Northeast
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New York City: Could Massive Storm Surge Barriers End the Hudson River’s Revival?

As threats from major storms increase, authorities are proposing surge barriers to protect New York Harbor. Some ecologists are concerned these giant barriers could have serious consequences for the Hudson, now hailed for its much-heralded recovery, and for other area waters.

Northeast
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New York City: City Planning Approves Controversial East River Park Resiliency Plan

The billion-dollar plan to bury and rebuild East River Park as part of a new coastal resiliency plan won approval from the City Planning Commission last night.

West Coast
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California: What will Malibu's beach erosion problem look like in 20 years?

THE RAPID EROSION TAKING PLACE IN RECENT YEARS OF MALIBU’S BEACHES HAS GARNERED MUCH CONCERN FROM CITIZENS, RESEARCHERS AND PUBLIC OFFICIALS. MALIBU MAGAZINE TAKES A LOOK AT THE CAUSES (IN PART CLIMATE CHANGE), THE OUTLOOK FOR BELOVED BEACHES AND WHAT CAN BE DONE.

Southeast
Engineering

Flood Gates, Flood Walls and Home Buyouts: Coming Soon To Miami?

Two years ago when Jennifer Cheek and her husband bought their tidy stucco house near the Little River with a rambling backyard - grand even by Miami standards - they thought they’d left behind the threat of devastating sea rise they faced in their Miami Beach neighborhood.

Northeast
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A little off the top: N.J. may rearrange some ocean dunes

New Jersey, which has waged relentless court battles to build protective sand dunes along its coast, may take the unusual step of trimming some large dunes and using the sand to widen the beach in front of them.

Northeast
Engineering

NYC's Hunter's Point South Park is a designed around resilience

Home to “New York City’s newest island,” Hunter’s Point South is a city-funded park that offers lessons for cities struggling with rising tides.

Mid-Atlantic
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North Carolina: Low bid on Carteret County beach project at $28M

Carteret County’s next Bogue Banks beach nourishment project appears to be a go, as one of two bids opened Friday afternoon came in under the county’s estimate.

Southeast
Engineering

Santee Cooper's longstanding land grab starves the Santee Delta

Every year, Santee Cooper’s dams at Lakes Marion and Moultrie steal beach-loads of silt from the Santee Delta, a 77-year theft that continues to starve miles of riverbanks, marshes and barrier islands far downstream.

Northeast
Engineering

New York: Who Should Pay to Remake Beach?

Residents and visitors alike are willing to pay for the preservation of Montauk’s ocean beaches, the East Hampton Town Board was told on Tuesday, and both groups are amenable to either a property tax or a lodging tax to finance a wide, healthy beach.

Northeast
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Herculean task ahead to shield New York

New York is bracing for the rising sea levels that climate change will bring, and preparations have already begun -- but the long-term costs of adapting to a warmer, wetter world are expected to be astronomical.

West Coast
Engineering

Q and A with California Coastal Commission leader: Sea-level is rising now

Q and A with Coastal Commission chief: Sea-level is rising now Jack Ainsworth also discusses conflicts with local government.

Hawaii & Alaska
Engineering

With Sea Level Rise, The Fate of Hawaii’s Most Vulnerable Roads Is Uncertain

Climate change is already taking a toll on coastal highways. Some of those roads may eventually be abandoned to the rising seas, a top official warns.

Southeast
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Okeechobee managers looking for public input on lake releases, toxic algae blooms

Should the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers drop Lake Okeechobee levels before the rainy season starts so it can avoid releasing water to the Fort Myers area during a summertime algal bloom?

Gulf of Mexico
Engineering

Texas opens public comment on $360 million in proposed coastal projects: Which Deserve Funding?

Public input sought on proposed projects for about $360 million in RESTORE funds. You can find all the proposed projects below and links to comment. Written comments, which must be received by 5 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 23, can be submitted to RComments@tceq.texas.gov.

Northeast
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New York: Montauk Beach Restoration Would Be Costly, But Possibly Worth The Cost To Those Who Would Pay

East Hampton has a ripe opportunity to rebuild Montauk’s beachfront at a discount by piggybacking on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to bolster the beach near the hamlet’s downtown.

Southeast
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Florida: Brevard County commissioners allocate $4.46 million to repair South Beaches after Hurricane Dorian

Hurricane Dorian stayed 60 to 80 miles off Brevard County's shoreline. But its waves and wind still did extensive damage on Sept. 3 and 4 to Brevard's beaches and dune areas.

Southeast
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Florida: St. Lucie takes first step to create taxing district to pay for beach renourishment projects

ST. LUCIE COUNTY — The County Commission on Tuesday announced it intends to create a special taxing district to pay for beach renourishment projects.

Mid-Atlantic
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Official: Virginia Beach Oceanfront replenishment project withstood Hurricane Dorian

VIRGINIA BEACH — A replenishment project which put millions of dollars’ worth of sand on a portion of the Oceanfront appears to have withstood Hurricane Dorian.

Gulf of Mexico
Engineering

Diverting the Mississippi River May Not Save Louisiana's Coast

New research finds that man-made river diversions have previously led to land losses.

Northeast
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Princeton collaborators bring layered approach to coastal resiliency in New York City

As a microcosm of the challenges facing coastal cities around the world, New York’s Jamaica Bay pretty much has it all.

International
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Tetra Tech Wins $48M USAID Global Marine Pollution Prevention Contract

Tetra Tech, Inc. (TTEK) announced today that the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) awarded the Company a $48 million contract to reduce and prevent the global pollution of marine debris in our oceans. Clean Cities Blue Ocean (CCBO) will serve as USAID's flagship program to target ocean plastics directly at their source in cities and towns.

Coastwide
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Why councils are supporting a new approach to flooding and infrastructure

In May this year, the Environment Agency launched its National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management strategy (National Strategy), warning that the country must prepare for the worst on climate change.

Caribbean
Engineering

The First Hurricane Relief Drone Was Ready to Fly—Then Dorian Hit

A drone company on Great Abaco, in the Bahamas, was prepared to deliver emergency supplies if the hurricane struck. Dorian had other plans.

Gulf of Mexico
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Perdido Key beaches removed from endangered list

Different management techniques have improved beaches in southwest Escambia County, Commissioner Doug Underhill said.

Coastwide
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Best practices for successful coastal flooding adaptation

Global warming, rising sea levels and rapidly growing cities are placing immense pressure on coastal cities, towns and subsistence communities. The U.S. Population Reference Bureau estimates that almost 6 billion people will be living within 200 kilometres of a coastline by 2025 – close to double the number in 2003. Population growth – along with sea level rise compounded by storm surges and increased rainfall intensity due to climate change – are the key reasons for the increase in coastal flooding and the degradation of our coastal regions and ecosystems today.

International
Engineering

United Kingdom. Suffolk's coast among 'fastest eroding' in Europe according to experts | Environment

Suffolk's coastline is facing an uncertain future - and has some of the "fastest eroding beaches in Europe", according to an expert.

International
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United Kingdom. New Forest coastal defence could cost tax hike

RESIDENTS may have to pay more council tax to get coastal defences built near their homes, under a new strategy.

Mid-Atlantic
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North Carolina. Hurricane Dorian reshaped part of the Outer Banks shoreline, National Park Service says

“There are approximately 54 new inlets cutting through from the Atlantic Ocean to the Core Sound at various points of North Core Banks,” officials said in an advisory Monday.

Gulf of Mexico
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Alabama. Studying the Sand Cliffs on the Alabama/Florida Gulf Coast

A recent scarp that was more than five-feet-tall occurred on a Florida beach in Perdido Key where there are no engineered or renourished beaches.

Gulf of Mexico
Engineering

Texas. Signed Chief’s Report released for Jefferson County Ecosystem Restoration Project

Jefferson County Ecosystem Restoration Project to include the 77,000 acres of freshwater wetlands and approximately 1 mile of rock breakwater to prevent barge / tug wake impact to the restored areas.

Mid-Atlantic
Engineering

North Carolina: FEMA steps up gives towns $18M for sand

EMERALD ISLE — Carteret County’s plan for a major Bogue Banks beach nourishment project to begin in November was bolstered financially Friday when the Federal Emergency Management Agency announced it approved $18 million in reimbursement money for the cost of replacing sand lost during Hurricane Florence last September.

Southeast
Engineering

Rubio Brings Back Proposal to Import Foreign Sand for Beach Renourishment

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is bringing back his proposal to allow local municipalities to purchase sand from foreign counties to help fight beach erosion.

Gulf of Mexico
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Louisiana: Gov. John Bel Edwards announces $160 million for Barrier Island Restoration Project

Settlement money from the 2010 BP oil spill will finance a $160 million restoration of two barrier islands and a headland off the coast of Terrebonne Parish.

International
Engineering

India: How the Kerala govt plans to tackle coastal erosion and why experts disapprove

Construction of harbours have caused coastal erosion and rough sea in various areas of Kerala, and the state is grappling to deal with it. Some say seawalls and geotubes aren’t the answer.

Northeast
Engineering

New York: Building on sand - Efforts to protect Long Island's communities

Picture a washing machine. Now imagine nearly 50 million of them lining the 6.5-mile strip of white sand at Wantagh’s Jones Beach State Park, located just 35 miles east of Manhattan on a barrier island in the Great South Bay claimed by both Nassau and Suffolk counties.

International
Engineering

Singapore Explainer: What are polders and how does the Govt plan to use them to defend S’pore against climate change?

SINGAPORE — When Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong devoted a big part of his National Day Rally speech on Aug 18 to climate change, many listening may have encountered an unfamiliar word — “polders”.

Southeast
Engineering

Florida: Tide Check Valves: A Remedy For St. Augustine's Flooding Woes?

St. Augustine has begun installing what are known as tide check valves. These valves allow stormwater to drain out under low tide conditions, just like the city’s current drainage system, but during high tide these valves prevent ocean water from backing up into the stormwater pipe network.

Southeast
Engineering

Could Flood Gates And Buying Out Homes Save Miami? The Army Corps Is Considering It

Days after Dorian veered away from the Florida coast pushing a potential seven-foot storm surge, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released an early look this week at plans to protect areas around Biscayne Bay from hurricanes predicted to grow more severe.

Northeast
Engineering

New York City: Brewer, Rivera tap Dutch firm to review coastal resiliency plan

As much of the East Side community remains strongly opposed to the city’s coastal-resiliency plan, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and Councilmember Carlina Rivera this week announced the hiring of an independent consultant to review the East Side Coastal Resiliency Project.

Mid-Atlantic
Engineering

Virginia: Army Corps seeks public input on Northern Virginia flood risk study

Tasked with finding ways to reduce flood risks and improve community resiliency, the Northern Virginia Coastal Storm Risk Management Study developed out of a two-year study of the North Atlantic Coast that Congress commissioned in 2013 after Hurricane Sandy devastated the eastern seaboard in 2012, directly killing 72 people in the U.S. and producing an estimated $71 billion in damages.

Northeast
Engineering

New Jersey: Cape May beach replenishment project to start this fall

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. was awarded a $7.5 million contract for a beach nourishment project for the Townsends and Cape May inlets, officials said.

International
Engineering

England: Contractor revealed for £100m Southsea Coastal scheme

VolkerStevin and Boskalis Westminster joint venture, VSBW, has been appointed as the principal contractor for delivering the Southsea Coastal Scheme worth £100m

Southeast
Engineering

South Carolina: Pawleys Town Council discusses Dorian, OKs mountains of sand

Kudos to all – that was the sense of public comments Monday afternoon, Sept. 9 during the regular monthly meeting of Pawleys Island Town Council.