Resilient Shorelines for Multiple Benefits

May 10, 2019

Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center

1030 University Blvd, Suffolk, VA 23435

 

Download (PDF, 396KB)

Biogenic Breakwaters as a Living Shoreline Protection Strategy

Russell Burke, Christopher Newport University

Download (PDF, 18.64MB)

Ensuring living shorelines for the long-term through biomimicry, modeling, and maintenance: an Alabama design example.

Meg Goecker, Moffatt & Nichol

Download (PDF, 13.99MB)

Statewide Living Shoreline Regulations: Process and Progress

Ashley Norton, Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control

Download (PDF, 1.29MB)

Bhaskar Subramanian, Maryland Department of Natural Resources

Download (PDF, 7.56MB)

Pamela Mason, Virginia Institute of Marine Science

Download (PDF, 4.98MB)

Overview of Delaware Living Shoreline Projects

Brittany Haywood, Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control

Download (PDF, 7.36MB)

Maryland Living Shoreline Projects Progression

Bhaskar Subramanian, Maryland Department of Natural Resources

Download (PDF, 7.98MB)

Captain Sinclair Marsh-Sill Success

Maura Boswell, Old Dominion University

Download (PDF, 6.34MB)