Coastal Care

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Category: Sea Level Rise

First inland South Carolina tract purchased in Cape Romain effort to save habitat as seas rise

First inland South Carolina tract purchased in Cape Romain effort to save habitat as seas rise

The vast island seascape of the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge just gained a first tiny foothold on what could be its future.

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Sea levels are already rising. What’s next?

Sea levels are already rising. What’s next?

Climate change is battering coasts with storms and floods, but we still haven’t grappled with the risks of what’s to come.

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Coastal Commission Rejects Bid to Cancel Broad Beach Sand Replacement Permit

Coastal Commission Rejects Bid to Cancel Broad Beach Sand Replacement Permit

One of the line-items on the November 2017 California Coastal Commission agenda was a one-year extension of the beleaguered Broad Beach Replenishment Project. Following years of delays with issues ranging from sand sourcing to legal battles of all shapes and sizes, the project has been slow to get off the ground, and proponents of alternatives such as artificial reefs are hoping to succeed.

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On N.H.’s Coast, Preparing for Future Storms with Grass, Sand and a Bit of Time

On N.H.’s Coast, Preparing for Future Storms with Grass, Sand and a Bit of Time

As New Hampshire’s coastline prepares for a world with rising seas and stronger storms, communities and homeowners have different options, none of them simple. But some scientists in New Hampshire are pitching a more natural approach. All it takes is a little grass and some time.

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South Carolina not doing enough to protect beaches, report says

South Carolina not doing enough to protect beaches, report says

South Carolina’s beach preparations are barely adequate to deal with worsening erosion, sea rise and intensifying storms, according to the latest Surfriders Foundation report.

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Study: NC gets ‘D’ for climate change policies

Study: NC gets ‘D’ for climate change policies

Days after a federal report issued a harsh warning about climate change, an environmental group said North Carolina’s policies leave the state among the most ill-prepared on the East Coast to deal with the effects of rising seas.

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While a new island grew, southern Hatteras was shrinking, NC

While a new island grew, southern Hatteras was shrinking, NC

Whatever forces crafted the new, crescent-shaped island at Cape Point is steadily gulping down the south end of Hatteras Island, spitting aside trees, power poles and a popular route for off-road vehicles.

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Intensifying winds could increase east Antarctica’s contribution to sea level rise

Intensifying winds could increase east Antarctica’s contribution to sea level rise

A new study led by the University of Texas Institute for Geophysics has found that wind over the ocean off the coast of East Antarctica causes warm, deep waters to upwell, circulate under Totten Glacier, the largest glacier in East Antarctica, and melt the fringes of the East Antarctic ice sheet from below.

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Ancient storms could have hurled huge boulders, scientists say – raising new concerns of rising seas

Ancient storms could have hurled huge boulders, scientists say – raising new concerns of rising seas

An international team of researchers has come up with a new theory to explain how two giant boulders could have made their way atop a cliff on the Bahamian island of Eleuthera. They suspect it has something to do with the Atlantic Ocean far below them.

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