Stabilizing Dunes and Coastal Banks using Vegetation and Bioengineering: Proceedings of a Workshop Held at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA

WHOI-W-02-001

Cover;  Abstract;  Introduction  (pp. 1-6)
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Workshop objectives;  The challenge of stabilizing coastal landforms with bioengineering techniques, do they really work? ;  Choosing appropriate plants for coastal stabilization  (pp. 7-20)
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Vegetation adapted to Massachusetts coastal conditions for dunes and coastal banks  (pp. 21-36)
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History, theory and practice of bioengineering in coastal areas (pp. 37-60)
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Dune vegetation planting and sand fencing: the Duxbury beach experience;  Dune restoration, coastal bank, and saltmarsh vegetative stabilization: case histories  (pp. 61-81)
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Bioengineering for coastal bank stabilization: case histories  (pp. 82-98)
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Improved wildlife on coastal banks and dimes through vegetative plants  (pp. 99-120)
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Complete document  /  WHOI-W-02-001
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