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Marinex Construction will be responsible for Wrightsville Beach’s renourishment this winter.
Scientists uncovered that on average, most coastal areas worldwide will experience 100-year floods every nine to fifteen years until the end of the century.
Tons of sand sit behind the Camp Pendleton military harbor complex while San Diego’s sand-starved cities have to work decades with the Army Corps to nourish their beaches.
LEWES, Del. - At a Sept. 11 Lewes City Council meeting, councilmembers voted unanimously to send a letter to the Delaware State Congressional Delegation to request replenishment for Cape Shores Beach.
The southern end of the world-famous Seven Mile Beach was once a pristine stretch on Cayman’s biggest tourism attraction, but now much of the beloved beach in that section has disappeared.
Sewer projects often do not generate headlines, and are rarely ribbon cutting spectacles for politicians and business leaders.
Some people express concerns about the act's impact on property values, sales
Agency’s monitoring program records changes from erosion at various coastal locations since 2022
ATLANTA - After years of carrying passengers around metro Atlanta, a pair of MARTA railcars are getting a new life under the sea.
Analysis could be key to receiving federal, state money to repair recent beach renourishment projects on Siesta, Lido, Longboat and Manasota keys
When torrential rainfall in August 2022 pushed the Pearl River in Mississippi to surge well beyond its banks, floodwaters spilled into the suburbs of Jackson and led an already-hobbled water treatment plant to fail.
The city is now moving forward with a massive floodwall project to protect itself, in partnership with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The project will include tide gates, levees, pump stations and nature-based features like oyster reefs and vegetation along the shoreline.
RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — North Carolina officials at the Outer Banks reported some damage and erosion to beaches from Tropical Storm Idalia and distant Hurricane Franklin — with many areas still not safe for swimming.
When Hurricane Idalia slammed into Florida Wednesday morning, it became the eighth major hurricane to hit the Gulf Coast in the last six years.
(CNS): The Cayman Islands Court of Appeal has dismissed the Central Planning Authority’s appeal challenging a direction from the National Conservation Council that it should not grant planning permission for the redevelopment of a beachfront cabana on Boggy Sand Beach.
BOSTON — More than 100 cities and towns have received a slice of nearly $32 million from the state to harden their infrastructure to the impacts of climate change, but like other rounds of grant funding, demand far outstripped available funds.
"We conclude that the available datasets do not show clear forcing/response linkages between long-term shoreline change and changes in waves and storm surge over the past three decades."
The Coastal Zone Foundation (CZF) has announced it will be updating its Coastal Ecology & Biology course as the pre-conference short course offered prior to the 2023 ASBPA National Coastal Conference in Providence, RI. The course will be offered on Tuesday, Oct. 10, beginning at 1 p.m., while the full conference will be held Wednesday-Friday. Oct. 11-13
Future engineers need a greater understanding of past failures – and how to avoid repeating them – a Louisiana-based nonprofit said to mark Tuesday`s 18th anniversary of the deadly, catastrophic levee breaches that inundated most of New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina.
Research published today in Nature warns that rising seas will devastate coastal habitats, using evidence from the last Ice Age.
This USGS coastal change forecast for Idalia is a worst case scenario that can provide vital insights that can help emergency management officials decide which areas to evacuate, where and when to close coastal roads and where to position clean-up equipment in advance of a storm.
The Pacific Coast Intermodal Port is considered to be a project of national significance by creating a new gateway for west coast imports and exports for the movement of containers through the Port of Coos Bay.
The town's beaches will continue to accumulate sand in the coming years and remain in good condition, according to an annual report presented last week by a coastal engineering consultant.