Disappearing Sand Threatens Coastal Resilience

By Jake Assael Coastal communities are vibrant, well-populated, economic powerhouses, but as seas continue to rise, exacerbating hurricane damage and coastal flooding, coastal areas are becoming increasingly dangerous to inhabit. Hurricane Matthew was only the latest example of the perils that coastal communities are facing. The category 3 hurricane took the lives of 19 Americans,…

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