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Summary of the New England beach nourishment experience (1935-1996)
Haddad, T.C.; Pilkey, O.H. (1998). Summary of the New England beach nourishment experience (1935-1996). J. Coast. Res. 14(4): 1395-1404

www.jstor.org/stable/4298901
In: Journal of Coastal Research. Coastal Education and Research Foundation: Fort Lauderdale. ISSN 0749-0208, more
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Keyword
    Marine
Author keywords
    Beach replensihment; New England beaches; replenishment cost; beach erosion

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  • Haddad, T.C.
  • Pilkey, O.H.

Abstract
    Data from 121 nourished beaches in New England are presented, representing over 170 individual nourishment episodes. The regional-nourishment episode record is less fragmented at the federal level than at the state, local, or private levels. Most nourishment episodes in New England are small (<100,000 cubic yards) and state/locally funded. The total number and volume of nourishment episodes completed annually in the region is declining, and the cumulative volume of nourishment sand in the region has plateaued over time. Total known volume of sand emplaced is 12,550,881 cubic yards with 105 of 173 episodes included in this sum.

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