Policy alternatives for coastal erosion management

by Gretchen H. McCabe

Publisher: Shorelands and Coastal Zone Management Program, Washington Dept. of Ecology in Olympia, Wash

Written in English
Published: Pages: 77 Downloads: 194
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  • Coastal zone management -- Government policy -- Washington (State) -- Puget Sound,
  • Coast changes -- Government policy -- Washington (State) -- Puget Sound,
  • Shore protection -- Government policy -- Washington (State) -- Puget Sound

Edition Notes

Statementprepared by Gretchen H. McCabe and Katherine F. Wellman.
SeriesCoastal erosion management studies -- v. 6., Report -- 94-79., Publication (Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology) -- no. 94-79.
ContributionsWellman, Katherine F., Washington (State). Shorelands & Coastal Zone Management Program., Coastal Erosion Management Strategy (Wash.)
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 77 p. ;
Number of Pages77
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17788104M

The results of our investment in flood and coastal erosion risk management for April to March are being monitored using 6 outcome measures. These include. ohio coastal management program & final eis part ii 5 - 12 april ohio coastal management program policy 2 − shore erosion control it is the policy of the state of ohio to promote sound decisions regarding control of shore erosion by: a. issuing permits for construction of shoreline erosion control structures (o.r.c. );. A framework for coastal erosion management is provided and its application to the issue of coastal erosion is described. Particular attention is given to the formulation of strategic and tactical objectives, without which rational erosion management cannot be implemented. Subsequently, the role of science and technology is Size: 2MB. municipal levels with a state-of-the-art of coastal erosion management solutions in Europe, based on the review of 60 case studies deemed to be representative of the European coastal diversity. It is however important to mention that this “guide” is not a “manual” of coastal erosion management. The reason for this is threefold.

The policy’s main objective is the long-term protection, sustainable use and enjoyment of coastal public lands and assets. Coastal Management Policy (Public Lands) [KB] Shoreline Erosion Management Plan (SEMP) The SEMP provides a ten year action plan that describes key coastal processes along the Sunshine Coast and identifies council. Coastal erosion is the loss or displacement of land, or the long-term removal of sediment and rocks along the coastline due to the action of waves, currents, tides, wind-driven water, waterborne ice, or other impacts of storms. The landward retreat of the shoreline can measured and described over a temporal scale of tides, seasons, and other short-term cyclic processes. Options for the management of coastal erosion include shoreline armoring, beach replenishment, and shoreline retreat. Shoreline armoring can be effective at preventing land loss due to chronic erosion, but most often has destructive and deleterious impacts on the natural environment, including loss of beach sand, coastal vegetation, and Size: KB. Institutions Addressing Great Lakes Coastal Hazards in Wisconsin NOAA Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management The Coastal Zone Management Act of , as amended (16 U.S.C. ) requires that federal agencies conducting activities within a state's coastal zone comply to the maximum extent practicable with an approved state coastal zone program .

The Shoreline Management Guidelines is a basic handbook on coastal processes and shoreline management Coastal Erosion Mitigation Guidelines, Report no – ” was published in by a Working Group headed by Karsten Mangor. This publication was heavily the national policy and strategy Laws, acts and planning. The Erosion and Stormwater Management Certification Program offers in-house training. If you have 25 or more people who need training, we can bring the certification class to your facility. We have a limited number of dates available this winter and spring. coastal policy funding and accountability. Coastal Management: Changing coast, changing climate, changing minds is an essential resource for coastal engineers, coastal and environmental scientists, local and central government authorities and coastal stakeholders, all of whom must understand and adapt to the conflicting pressures of modern. Framework for coastal erosion management A sustainable solution to coastal erosion problems should be based on an understanding of the sediment dynamics, framed in a policy context with explicit objectives and an institutional environment in which each stakeholder has a clear role. The CONSCIENCE project introduces the.

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Policy alternatives for coastal erosion management. Olympia, Wash.: Shorelands and Coastal Zone Management Program, Washington Dept.

of Ecology, (OCoLC) In particular setback lines and shoreline management plans are emphasised and coastal erosion management policy decisions for the UK are discussed in. Suggested Citation:"10 Coastal Management and Policy by William M. Eichbaum."National Research Council.

Environmental Science in the Coastal Zone: Issues for Further gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / ‘Strategic planning for the management of our coasts relies implicitly upon an understanding of the physical processes responsible for shaping coastal morphology’ (Reeve and Spivak,55).These physical processes ultimately result in erosion and its corollary deposition, which in turn can be aggravated by anthropogenic by: 2.

Background – erosion management alternatives. Erosion management is necessitated by the dependency of coastal economic functions on the social and environmental benefits the beach provides (Bernd-Cohen and Gordon, ; Daniel, ). These functions are threatened by erosion and beach : Roberto Porro, Karl Kim, Daniele Spirandelli, Kem Lowry.

Erosion by windsErosion by waves Erosion by drainage Erosion by Policy alternatives for coastal erosion management book currents and wave currents A. Definition of Coastal Erosion Look at this eroded coast 4. • The Master Plan for Coast Erosion Management (MPCEM) of has identified 15 key areas and a further 11 singular sites where erosion is more localized.

forests and trees provide some coastal protection and that the clearing of coastal forests and trees has increased the vulnerability of coasts to erosion (Figure ) — such as in Viet Nam (Mazda et al., ; Cat et al., ), Malaysia (Othman, ), Indonesia (Bird and Ongkosongo, ; Nurkin, ; Tjardana, ), Sri Lanka (Samarayanke, ), India File Size: KB.

The first paper “The Management of Coastal Erosion” (Williams et al.) presents an in depth analysis of coastal erosion management theory, as well as, giving many examples of the various options available to manage erosion.

To the standard trio of defend, sacrifice, and realignment strategies is added a fourth strategy: ‘intervention as to. With the aim to develop coastal erosion policy recommendations, the General Directorate Environment of the European Commission launched the project EUROSION in Januaryfor two years.

It was conducted Policy alternatives for coastal erosion management book a European consortium under the lead of the National Institute for Coastal and Marine Management (RIKZ) of the Dutch Ministry of. This timely book is about how to design alternatives to reduce coastal flood and wave damage, erosion, and loss of ecosystems facing an unknown future of sea level rise.

The latest theories are interlaced with applied examples from the authors' 48 years of experience in teaching, research, and as a practicing, professional engineer in coastal.

ohio coastal management program policy 1 − lake erie coastal erosion area management it is the policy of the state of ohio to minimize threats to human safety and property due to lake erie-related erosion while protecting the functions of natural shore features by:File Size: 52KB.

Managing Coastal Erosion explores major questions surrounding a national policy on coastal erosion: Should the federal government be in the business of protecting developers and individuals who build in erosion-prone coastal areas.

How should such a program be implemented. Can it prompt more responsible management of coastal areas. 1Pilarczyk-Alternatives for coastal protection-Hanoi'pdf Coastal erosion started in the s, principally due to reduction of fluvial sediment discharges, wave attack, and both anthropic Author: Krystian W.

Pilarczyk. Coastal Erosion vs. Beach Erosion 12 C. Coastal Hazards 13 D. Ho‘olaulima 14 II. Managing Coastal Erosion 15 A. Hawaii’s Current Management Regime 15 1. Federal Authority 15 2. State Authority 15 3. County Authority 16 4. Critique 17 B. New Tools for Erosion Management 17 1.

State and County Tools 17 Size: KB. schemes ofcoastal engineers in both their policy recommendations and in their aca­.demic literature. The third management strategy is that ofshoreline retreat. Many coastal geolo­ gists feel that erosion is an inevitable process that can be contained only locally and temporarily (Clayton ef al.

; Pilkey and Dixon ). The policy. Examining flood and coastal erosion risk management policy, legislation and investment in GB and EU Ireland. 2 Towards a strategic approach to flood and coastal erosion risk management There has been a growing awareness of the risk of flooding in Northern Ireland following a number of extreme weather and subsequent flooding events, which sinceFile Size: KB.

coastal erosion are identified and made subject to SEA where appropriate; • that coastal erosion issues are appropriately considered in the Environmental Report, including in the description of the environmental baseline; identification of environmental problems; discussion of links with other coastal-related plans, programmes andFile Size: KB.

Neither Ireland nor Northern Ireland has yet adopted a strategic approach to shoreline management. Responsibility for coastal erosion management remains fragmented and practice-led. The emphasis still appears to remain on protection schemes but with an anticipated increased reliance on beach nourishment in Ireland (6).

Flood Risk: Planning, Design and Management of Flood Defence Infrastructure is the definitive practical handbook on design and maintenance of flood defences, providing a coherent and focused reference for best practice.

This book is the first port of call for practising engineers working in the areas of flood risk management and drainage and. Coastal communities around Australia are facing the rising threat of coastal erosion. AAP/Dave Hunt May 6, Coastal communities, including 24 federal seats at risk, demand action on climate.

Areas and the Coastal Erosion Management Permit Program: WHAT IS COASTAL EROSION. Coastal erosion is the endless reshaping of shorelines by waves, currents, tides, storms, ice, rain and groundwater seepage.

Human activities, like construction, dredging, excavation and vegetation removal, can accelerate erosion of beaches, dunes and Size: 1MB. Coastal erosion is a natural phenomenon, which has always existed and has contributed throughout history to shape European coastal landscapes.

Coastal erosion, as well as soil erosion in water catchments, is the main processes which provides terrestrial sediment to the coastal systems including beaches, dunes, reefs, mud flats, and Size: KB.

Get this from a library. Wisconsin's shore erosion plan: an appraisal of options and strategies. [Roger Springman; Stephen M Born; Wisconsin Coastal Management Program,; National Ocean Survey. Office of Coastal Zone Management,] -- "This report assesses state-level policy options to reduce shore erosion damages along the Great Lakes shoreline.

Coastal Zone Management: A Draft Policy for Ireland published in is still only a discussion document it is not yet official policy. •A Coastal Zone Management policy is required urgently to guide Local Authority Development Plans.

CZM policies may be included under the Planning Act. • Coastal Erosion/Coastal Deposition. Coastal management is defence against flooding and erosion, and techniques that stop erosion to claim lands. Coastal zones occupy less than 15% of the Earth's land area, while they host more than 45% of the world population.

Nearly billion people live within km of a shoreline and m of sea level, with an average density 3 times higher than the global average for population. COASTAL EROSION PDF -Causes,Impact,Mitigation Measures – The shorelines and beaches in India serve multidimensional needs such as recreational purpose, seaport for maritime commerce, residential and commercial structures, etc.

With the growth of population in the coastal zone, more competing pressures are being put on the shores and beaches. development in line with the directions stipulated in the erosion control management plan of the National Coastal Resources Management Policy.

These guidelines together with the General Administrative Circular No. 5 of also act to supplement the Environmental Quality Act, Environmental Quality. Inthe EC commissioned a study on the entire coastline of the European Union, in order to assess the threat represented by coastal erosion.

This study, which was named EUROSION, resulted in a classification of the regions exposed to erosion. These regions have been classified according to four severity criteria.

The report will consider all engineering alternatives and their effects, under the National Environmental Policy Act of LOCATION This study will assess the shoreline problems and provide possible Coastal Storm Risk Management alternatives to reduce risk to infrastructure located along approximately 15 miles of coastline of Puerto Rico.

Coastal Management-Coastal Environment Sub-Element Goals, Objectives and Policies Page 5 OBJECTIVE CEV Dredging and filling in the coastal areas shall be discouraged. Policy CEV The County shall require all dredge and fill operations to utilize mitigation techniques and obtain all applicable federal, state and local permits.

Cardona castillo, Hugo, "Analysis of *Policy Alternatives in the Implementation of a Coastal Nonpoint Pollution Control Program for The Coastal Zone Management Act (CZMA) 43 Multivariate Probit for Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Management Practices, Louisiana Sugarcane Best Management Cited by:   The KCDC protects the beaches as it is stated in the Resource Management Act ’91 policy (3).

Manly Street Residents: Manly St Residents support coastal erosion management as they are one of the areas along the Kapiti Coast that is heavily affected by coastal erosion. They want the KCDC to take action on their problems caused by coastal erosion.Integrated Coastal Management Natural shorelines are dynamic, interconnected and provide many functions Any action has the potential to adversely affect ecosystem services onsite and on larger scale All elements of the shoreline should be considered simultaneously when making a File Size: 4MB.