Coastal Care

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Day: February 25, 2017

Plan for the recovery of beaches, Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

Plan for the recovery of beaches, Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

The government of Quintana Roo has announced a program to rehabilitate and maintain the state’s beaches, which in some areas are losing between two and six meters of sand every year. Ecology and Environment Secretary said the investment would begin with restoring reefs and beach vegetation to combat erosion.

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Caspian Sea: Largest Inland Body of Water

Caspian Sea: Largest Inland Body of Water

The Caspian Sea is the Earth’s largest inland body of water. Despite its name, it can be called either a lake or a sea. The question of whether it is a lake or a sea has political and economic ramifications. If the Caspian Sea is a lake, then the United Nations and international law have no control over its waters. If it is a sea, international organizations can have input on its use.

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Shark sightings cause southern Calif. beaches to close

Shark sightings cause southern Calif. beaches to close

Swimmers and surfers have been ordered out of the water at two Southern California beaches after a pair of great white sharks were spotted near shore.

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The World’s Beaches

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