Using Novel Approaches To Create Resilient Dune Systems
After a series of storms ravaged Puerto Rican beaches, a team from the University of Puerto Rico used innovative restoration techniques—including biomimicry—to create resilient dune systems that provide protection from coastal storms.
Follow the link below to access this Peer-to-Peer case study as published in Digital Coast by the NOAA Office for Coastal Management.
Using Novel Approaches To Create Resilient Dune Systems Following Hurricane Maria »
NOAA Office for Coastal Management Digital Coast.
Banner Image Credit:
Caño Madre Vieja Nature Reserve in the Municipality of Aguada. Photo by Dr. Robert J. Mayer, Vida Marina / Center for Conservation and Ecological Restoration University of Puerto Rico at Aguadilla, and Jean González Crespo, Project Assistant, University of Wisconsin-Madison
21 May 2022 - 6:20pm