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Sea Level Rise And Our Ocean Beaches

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In some places, including this stretch of ocean beach in Amagansett, the shoreline and dune system has been accreting.

In some places, including this stretch of ocean beach in Amagansett, the shoreline and dune system has been accreting. MIKE BOTTINI

The stretch of dune in East Hampton Village between Georgica and Main Beach has been armored with rock and in places has been losing its beach.

The stretch of dune in East Hampton Village between Georgica and Main Beach has been armored with rock and in places has been losing its beach. MIKE BOTTINI

Projects such as this one in Montauk use public funding to destroy the public beach and protect private property knowingly built in a vulnerable location.  DON RIEPE

Projects such as this one in Montauk use public funding to destroy the public beach and protect private property knowingly built in a vulnerable location. DON RIEPE DON RIEPE

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South Fork Outdoors

  • Publication: Southampton Press
  • Published on: Jan 21, 2020
  • Columnist: Mike Bottini
One of the field trips held during the Montauk Natural History weekend, from January 10 through 12, was to the downtown Montauk beachfront for a look at the artificial dune... more

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