Shore Protection Construction Along the California Coastby George A. Armstrong, Dep Boating and Waterways, Sacramento, United States,
Abstract: Severe beach, cliff and bluff erosion is occurring along the urban communities on the 1800 miles of ocean, bay and estuarine shoreline of California. This report is an overview of the type of shore protection devices, structural and nonstructural, used to mitigate coastal damage during the past decade and an evaluation is made of their effectiveness. The devices discussed include beach nourishment and the construction of bulkheads, groins, piles and seawalls.
Subject Headings: Coastal management | Offshore construction | Beach nourishment | Erosion | Retaining structures | Shoreline | Structural stability | Protective structures | North America | California | United States
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