Beach Erosion

The 1,180-mile coastline of Long Island is no different from any other coastal town when it comes to beach erosion. Winter and early spring storms pound the beaches with high wind and heavy surf, which is able to remove hundreds of cubic yards of sand in hours. Couple these storms with a strong tidal flow capable of moving 100,000 to 600,000 cubic yards of sand from the east end of Long Island to the west end of New York City …


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