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2009-10-21 06:00:00

VENICE BEACH, Calif. and RAGLAN, New Zealand, Oct.

2009-07-10 11:50:50

Expansion of coastal cities is accompanied by a decline in the quality of life of the people, which was the reason they moved to the coastal zone instead of bringing growing welfare to the inhabitants.

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2009-04-27 05:55:00

Climate change is now threatening France’s Aquitaine coast, which stretches north from the Spanish border to the Gironde River, causing erosion that is endangering coastal communities.

2009-02-18 14:43:51

Researchers say coastal erosion along a 40-mile stretch of the Beaufort Sea in Alaska more than doubled to about 45 feet annually between 2002 and 2007. U.S.

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2008-12-29 13:15:00

A coastal engineer thinks that nineteenth century artwork is a functional device for considering the effects of coastal erosion.

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2008-10-29 13:15:00

A new study on Wednesday warned that climate change is the cause of rising sea levels that will erode Sydney's iconic beaches by 2050.

2008-10-03 18:00:15

By CHRISTINA ABEL After eight months of waiting, four Vilano Beach oceanfront homeowners whose dwellings are within feet of tall, eroded dunes have permission to build a seawall to protect themselves from further beach erosion.

2008-09-29 03:00:20

By Anonymous The Minerals Management Service has awarded an $8.5 million grant to the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources to study different types of shoreline protection at the existing Rockefeller Refuge area along the Gulf of Mexico shoreline.

2008-09-11 18:00:17

By STEVE PATTERSON Florida's environmental agency uses fuzzy rules that can be politically manipulated to decide who can build on beaches around the state, say University of Florida lawyers calling for change.

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2008-09-10 12:25:00

Scientists said on Wednesday that Australia's vast coastline is increasingly being battered by destructive "extreme waves" driven in part by climate change.


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