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Beach Damage Assessment After Hurricane Isabel

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Outter Banks, North Carolina



Project Overview
Project Name: Beach Damage Assessment After Hurricane Isabel
Date Completed: 2003
Location: Outter Banks, North Carolina
Project Status: Complete
Project Type: Water/Environmental

Project Tags: coastal hazard


Project Team

Disciplines That Worked on Project

Civil Engineer: GeotechnicalCivil Engineer: Water (Coastal engineering)

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Project Details
About this project
Hurricanes can have devastating impacts to beaches. This project involved assessing the beach erosion and how much sand was lost after Hurricane Isabel hit the Outer Banks in North Carolina. These beach assessments conducted immediately after the hurricane was used by the communities and the Federal Emergency Management Agency to identify where beaches need to be rebuilt and the estimated cost.
Who benefits from this project, and how?
Anyone who enjoys going to the beaches in the North Carolina Outer Banks!

Funding & Costs
Funding source: Public
Funding notes: The project was funded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.



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