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Mantoloking and Bricks' Normandy Beach Steel Revetment Wall, South of Lyman Street
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In 2012 Hurricane Sandy breached the barrier island in Bay Head and Mantoloking, NJ, among other places, resulting in major damage and flooding along the beautiful Jersey Shore. In the aftermath a 3 1/2 mile long protective steel wall was placed along the beach from Mantoloking through Bricks' Normandy Beach section. This 45' steel is driven 30' into the ground with 15' above sea level. It was then covered with sand with reportedly 150' to 200' of sandy beach between it and the water. As you can see, several subsequent storms have played havoc with this effort and the beaches in Mantoloking and Normandy Beach have been closed, temporarily, we hope, in this ongoing battle against mother nature. Right now there is no safe access to most of these beaches.

Copyright: Bob Engelbart
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7272x3636
Taken: 26/01/2016
Uploaded: 30/01/2016
Updated: 06/01/2019
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Tags: beach; erosion; revetment
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