Is This Coastal County A Model For Addressing Climate Change For The Rest of America?

Pipes for a beach renourishment project lie along the coastline among tourists’ umbrellas and canopies in Nags Head, North Ca



Pipes for a beach renourishment project lie along the coastline among tourists’ umbrellas and canopies in Nags Head, North Carolina. The project, expected to be complete by September, will pump 4 million cubic yards of sand onto a 10-mile stretch of beach. Ocean-side erosion on the Outer Banks’ barrier islands usually runs about 2 to 3 feet a year.
By Barbara Barrett

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