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Bruun, P. (1972) ‘The history and philosophy of coastal protection’, Proceedings of the 13th. Conference of Coastal Engineers: 33–74. W. F.
The mobile nature of a beach acts as a buffer to breaking waves. Without a beach, waves erode land and property damage ensues. Coastal erosion is a natural part of coastal development; only when erosion affects human activity does coastal defence emerge as the central problem of coastal management. 1– 1 mm in diameter. Sediment greater than 1 mm can form beaches that are known by the dominant particle size, for example, gravel, pebble, boulder. However, the ‘protection’ definition of a beach can be extended to any unconsolidated material found as an absorbing buffer to ocean forcing.
This sounds reasonable but was and is difficult to enforce in sites where prior shoreline development has taken place (Heikoff, 1976). 2 date less development than a specified level. However, this stage of CZM was passed more for the fiscal savings than for saving barrier islands (Godschalk, 1987). g. , 1991). 3). CONCLUSIONS Protection of property and lives from effects of coastal processes form essential elements of most coastal management programmes. The principal means of achieving this is by either removing people from the coast or conserving the presence of the beach as a barrier or buffer to wave action.