Monthly Archives: July 2011

ASBPA says beaches are economic wavemakers

The American Shore & Beach Preservation Association (ASBPA) recently released a pair of articles on the economic case for beach management and nourishment programs.  While difficult even for experienced economists to quantify due to their distributed and inherently intertwined nature, … Continue reading

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Climate change reducing ocean’s carbon dioxide uptake

Climate change reducing ocean’s carbon dioxide uptake | Health, Medical, and Science Updates. Interesting article recently released, which indicates that the North Atlantic is less able to uptake carbon dioxide than it was thirty years ago.  Researchers were able to … Continue reading

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What you’ll see in a salt marsh

by Kristine Bunker (MIT, 2014) Heading out to the beach this weekend?  We previously put out a list of beaches in Massachusetts with good access to coastal hiking.  Whether you’re heading to one of those beaches or plan on taking … Continue reading

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