1. Beach replenishment, Isle of Sylt

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    from Manuel Martensen / Added

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    • Heroic Efforts, Extraordinary People and Truckloads of Sand

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      from Greener New Jersey Productions / Added

      On March 18, the first truckloads of sand were dumped onto Kimball's Beach in Cape May County as part of an ambitious project to rebuild some the Delaware Bay beaches in New Jersey damaged by Super Storm Sandy. In this short video, wildlife biologist Larry Niles shows the damage to the beach and explains how it will be replenished. Horseshoe crabs use the beaches to spawn and lay their eggs. The eggs provide a food source for thousands of migrating shore birds such as the Red Knot on their way to the Arctic. Both the horseshoe crab and Red Knot populations have suffered a significant decline in recent years. The Funders This project is funded by major grants from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and the NJ Recovery Fund (a consortium of private foundations administered by the Community Foundation of NJ), as well as additional funding from the NJ Natural Lands Trust and the NJ Corporate Wetlands Partnership. The Project In addition to removing rubble and restoring the beaches, the project includes hiring of seasonal docents to help manage traffic and provide educational outreach to visitors to these beaches; the creation of an artificial oyster reef to help protect the restored beaches and create jobs for local bay men; a documentary of the project; and an innovative outreach program to encourage understanding of the economic value of preserving these species. The Organizations The organizations behind the work: American Littoral Society; the Conserve Wildlife Foundation; the New Jersey Natural Lands Trust; the NJ Division of Fish & Wildlife; the NJ Endangered and Non-Game Species Program; the US Fish & Wildlife Service; Middle Township; Richard Stockton College; the NJ Audubon Society; Greener New Jersey Productions; Delaware Riverkeeper Network; and the Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences.

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      • 10-22-09 Monmouth Beach erosion NJ

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        This is some of the erosion from the storm of the weekend 10-18-09 in Monmouth Beach. This is only the area S of and including the rocks. The area to the N is worse. They will be dredging the shoals in Seabright's Shrewsbury river and filling in the biggest holes with that dredge material. The camera and video is not up to my usual standards. I used the camera I normally shoot pics with. It has an annoying motor noise, and the video seems chopped up at times. also, after 3:42 the sound disappears. The video is about 5:30 long. Sorry!

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        • Nags Head Beach Nourishment TIMELAPSE

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          from Bruce Liffiton / Added

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          This timelapse was taken from our beach house in South Nags Head, NC over a 35 hour period starting at 5a.m. on July 4th, 2011. Our house borders Juncos Rd. public access

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          • Sandbridge Beach Replenishment 2013

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            Sandbridge Beach Replenishment 2013 - Time Lapse. Video: Ralph Acre

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            • SCOPAC Evolution of Coastal Sediment Stores and Sinks

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              The primary aim of the Evolution of Coastal Sediment Stores and Sinks project was to identify sediment stores and sinks across the SCOPAC region for future recycling operations. There are large cost savings to be had by using locally sourced material for beach replenishment and recycling schemes. A full explanation of the video content can be found at www.scopac.org.uk/sediment-sinks.html

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              • Shored Up Trailer

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                Here's the theatrical trailer for Shored Up. Look for our Kickstarter campaign in October, more info soon on our website at www.shoredupmovie.com.

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                • Travel the sinker link with us......

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                  from FCERM / Added

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                  The pipe that will be used to connect to the dredger and pump the sand ashore is now complete. Travel the 700m length of pipe with us at 10mph. This pipe is to be moved over the course of Monday, ready for floating on Tuesday morning. It will towed down to Shore Road beach, with one end on the beach and the flexible pipe 700m off shore. When in postion, the pipe will be sunk.

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                  • Tuesday 11 November

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                    from FCERM / Added

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                    The spot welding has been done to the length of sinker pipe up to the end of the beach huts within Branksome Chine. The full welds are now being done, under the tents due to the weather conditions. This is weld number 13, joining pipe sections 13 and 14. The weather is not hampering progress as yet, the mild temperatures allowing works to progress well.

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