Coastal Armoring - Georgia Coast

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Coastal Armoring - Georgia Coast

Another example of coastal armoring is this beachfront property in Georgia. Property owners constructed the wall to protect their property from erosion. Where one builds, others follow, and the snowball effect then causes miles of coastline to be lost for nesting.


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American eels spend 10 to 20 years in fresh or brackish waters only to migrate hundreds of miles to spawn in saltwater in the Atlantic’s Sargasso Sea.

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