Beach Nourishment, Oceanfront Bluff-Top Development, and Mitigation of Shoreline Erosion From Future Potential Sea Level Rise In Southern California

Posted by Ben Benumof | Oct 31, 2017 | 0 Comments

It is widely accepted in the coastal science community that for any given stretch of beach, a wider beach fronting adjacent coastal bluffs will provide those bluffs more protection from wave attack than will a narrower beach.  In other words, the wider the beach, the less chance for wave run-up, ...


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Ph.D., Earth Sciences, UC Santa Cruz
J.D., University of San Diego School of Law
B.S., Geological Sciences, UC Santa Barbara
B.A., Geography, UC Santa Barbara


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