Dredge Spoil + Olivine = A Nourished Beach In North Sea - 27 East

Dredge Spoil + Olivine = A Nourished Beach In North Sea

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The dredging of North Sea Harbor is currently underway.

The dredging of North Sea Harbor is currently underway. DANA SHAW

The dredging of North Sea Harbor is currently underway. DANA SHAW

The dredging of North Sea Harbor is currently underway. DANA SHAW

Coastal erosion expert Aram Terchunian puts olivine into a test tube of natural sand.Councilman Rick Martel and Councilwoman Cynthia McNamara, along with (not pictured) Supervisor Jay Schneiderman and Councilman Tommy John Schiavoni participated in the

Coastal erosion expert Aram Terchunian puts olivine into a test tube of natural sand.Councilman Rick Martel and Councilwoman Cynthia McNamara, along with (not pictured) Supervisor Jay Schneiderman and Councilman Tommy John Schiavoni participated in the "experiment." KITTY MERRILL

Coastal erosion consultant Aram Terchunian and Deputy Town Attorney Kathleen Murray offered an update on the North Sea Beach Colony erosion control district to the Southampton Town Board.    KITTY MERRILL

Coastal erosion consultant Aram Terchunian and Deputy Town Attorney Kathleen Murray offered an update on the North Sea Beach Colony erosion control district to the Southampton Town Board. KITTY MERRILL

Councilman Tommy John Schiavoni examines olivine  samples during the hands on portion of the Southampton Town Board work session.

Councilman Tommy John Schiavoni examines olivine samples during the hands on portion of the Southampton Town Board work session.

Kitty Merrill on May 26, 2022
Question: How many Southampton Town Board meetings feature a “hands-on” experiment? Answer: Not many. During their Friday, May 20, work session, members of the board, using test tubes and a... more

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