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A visualization of Living Breakwaters in New York Harbor, one of the case studies in this paper.

Refining Coastline Management with Three Case Studies

ESSIC Visiting Associate Research Professor Ariana Sutton-Grier has a new paper out alongside co-authors from UMD and other international organizations. In the study, titled “Innovations in Coastline Management With Natural and Nature-Based Features (NNBF): Lessons Learned From Three Case Studies”, researchers discuss three case studies on innovative coastal resilience projects in the US that use natural and nature-based features: 1) Living Breakwaters in New York Harbor; 2) the Coastal Texas Protection and Restoration Study; and 3) the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project in San Francisco Bay.

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