Surf City, NJ. Photo source: ©© Michael Napoleon
Some oceanfront properties owners have refused to grant easements to allow the federal government to build a massive dune along a 50-mile stretch of the Jersey Shore. Without the protective ridge of sand, engineers predict it is only a matter of time before homes, neighborhoods, even entire communities are wiped out by rising seas.
From Coast To Coast, Vanity Fair
At opposite ends of the country, two of America’s most golden coastal enclaves are waging the same desperate battle against erosion…
North Carolina: The Beaches Are Moving
World famous coastal geologist Orrin H. Pilkey takes us to the beach and explains why erosion has become a problem….