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shore sand duneFor decades, towns along the coastlines of America have faced a never-ending battle against beach erosion and the damage caused by both major, as well as the cumulative effect of smaller, storms. These storms impact beaches, beachfront, and inland properties and infrastructure. The changes in our climate only will serve to exacerbate these issues.

In New Jersey, shore communities have struggled with the cost of stop-gap replenishment projects and dune building in an effort to protect infrastructure and some of their most valuable assets, beachfront property. Of note, tourists spent $7.4 billion in Monmouth and Ocean Counties alone, in 2018. Asbury Park Press (May 9, 2019).

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