This Past Week In WaterTank News
The North East's Beautiful Eroding Coast ♦ Sand Demand At The Center Of Beach Replenishment ♦ Federal Program Funds Elevating South Coast Homes ♦ Sea Level Rise And Its Impacts On The Suncoast ♦ People In "Resettlement Zones" Could Be On Own Master Plan ♦ Hurricane Matthew Took A Bite Out of Southeastern States ♦ Floating Plaza For Florida Waterfront ♦ Navy Commits To Reconstruction Project At Groton Sub Base
Chronicle Live - We all know the North East has some of the most beautiful coastline in the country — but how long will it last for?
Work Boat - The Corps of Engineers knows it needs lots of money for East Coast beach replenishment as sea level rises. Now, will there be enough sand?
Federal Program To Fund Elevating South Coast Homes - November 2
eco'RI News - Homes and business across the southern shore of Rhode Island will likely be offered money to elevate their houses and buildings to protect against sea-level rise and flooding from coastal storms.
ABC 7 WWSB - Ancient ice is melting and our oceans are rising.
WDSU 6 News - Louisiana’s coast has been sinking at a fast pace, mostly due to rising sea levels and coastal erosion. As part of the state’s 2107 Coastal Master Plan, people living in some low-lying areas are being asked to voluntary relocate or resettle somewhere else.
NPR - Beaches in the Southeastern U.S. took a tremendous beating last month from Hurricane Matthew.
TheDay - The Navy has committed $5.4 million for design and planning work to replace Pier 32, one of 11 operational piers at the Naval Submarine Base, which is home to 15 nuclear attack submarines.