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Mining ‘eating’ dunes at Northland refuge

Mining ‘eating’ dunes at Northland refuge

Erosion of dunes at a remote Northland beach and wildlife refuge is being blamed on dredges mining the near shore.

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Gulf Coast Flight / PSDS Coverage

Gulf Coast Flight / PSDS Coverage

275 images have been uploaded along with a Google Earth file showing the location of each image along with a GPS log of our flight.

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Gulf Oil Spill / PSDS Coverage

Gulf Oil Spill / PSDS Coverage

Preliminary imagery from The Program for the Study of Developed Shorelines flight along the Gulf Coast today showing preparations for the oil spill in the Gulf.

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Massive waves have hit the French Riviera

Massive waves have hit the French Riviera

Massive waves have hit the French Riviera between Nice and Cannes causing major material damage to the densely-populated coast.

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Greenbelt Reports / TVE Asia Pacific

Greenbelt Reports / TVE Asia Pacific

The Greenbelt Reports (GBR) is a multi-media, Asian regional educational project to document the conservation challenges involving mangroves, coral reefs and sand reefs – collectively called ‘greenbelts’ in recognition of their natural protective role against wave action and anticipated climate change impact.

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Plastic Gets There First

Plastic Gets There First

Surfing legends Chris and Keith Malloy have spent years travelling around the world looking for the best undiscovered surfing spots.

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Governor Ends Support For California Oil Drilling

Governor Ends Support For California Oil Drilling

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Monday withdrew his support of a plan to expand oil drilling off the California coast.

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Elwha Beach, WA; By Robert Young & Adam Griffith

Elwha Beach, WA; By Robert Young & Adam Griffith

Elwha Beach sits where the Elwha River meets the Strait of Juan de Fuca in northern Washington on the Olympic Peninsula.

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State of emergency is declared as US oil slick nears the coast

State of emergency is declared as US oil slick nears the coast

The massive oil spill pouring from a ruptured rig in the Gulf of Mexico has reached the coast of Louisiana, threatening an environmental catastrophe in the region.

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SAF Video

Beach of the Month

Photo of the Month

Plastic Pollution

Sand Wars – United Nations-GEA

Sand Mining Detrimental Effects

The World’s Beaches

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