Coastal Care

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Tag: Beach of the Month

Goleta Beach, California; By Claire Le Guern

An ongoing problem concerning Goleta Beach is coastal erosion; sand and sediment is constantly being washed away and the beach is narrowing.

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Isle Grand Terre, Louisiana; By Adam Griffith & Robert Young

Two months ago, few people had heard of the ironically-named Isle Grand Terre.

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Walton County Beaches, Florida; By Robert Young

Walton County Beaches, Florida; By Robert Young

We are on the cusp of the greatest economic and environmental disaster to hit the state. At the moment, all we can do is wait and watch.

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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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La Faute-sur-Mer and l’Aiguillon-sur-Mer beaches, Vendée, France; By Claire Le Guern

The main attractions of the coastal towns besides the beaches are the Nature Reserve, and the off shore mussel farms. Not anymore.

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Black Rock, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa; By Andrew Cooper

Black Rock, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa; By Andrew Cooper

On the northeast coast of South Africa, one of the longest and most beautiful beaches in the world runs unbroken for 150 km between the inlets of the St. Lucia and Kosi Estuaries.

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South Nags Head, North Carolina; By Orrin H. Pilkey, Norma Longo & Joseph T. Kelly

South Nags Head, North Carolina; By Orrin H. Pilkey, Norma Longo & Joseph T. Kelly

South Nags Head, North Carolina, is a 5 mile long, 200 meter wide, strip of beach cottage development at the south end of town of Nags Head.

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Anegada, British Virgin Islands; By Andrew Cooper

Anegada, British Virgin Islands; By Andrew Cooper

Anegada, the most northeasterly of the British Virgin Islands is a sandy island that sits on top of a Pleistocene reef that is now exposed above sea level.

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Marconi Station, Cape Cod; By Joe Kelley

Marconi Station, Cape Cod; By Joe Kelley

As the Ice Age began to wan, retreating ice backed northward from Cape Cod in northeastern North America.

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