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Long-term effects of beach nourishment on the benthic fauna of Panama City Beach, Florida

J. K. Culter

Long-term effects of beach nourishment on the benthic fauna of Panama City Beach, Florida

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Published by The Center, National Technical Information Service, Operations Division [distributor in Fort Belvoir, Va, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Benthos -- Florida -- Panama City Beach.,
  • Marine animals -- Florida -- Panama City Beach.,
  • Marine sediments -- Mexico, Gulf of.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby J.K. Culter and S. Mahadevan ; prepaed for U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers, Coastal Engineering Research Center.
    SeriesMiscellaneous report -- no. 82-2., Miscellaneous report (Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)) -- no. 82-2.
    ContributionsMahadevan, S. 1948-, Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination94 p. :
    Number of Pages94
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17550999M


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Series: Miscellaneous report (Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)) ; no. Culter, J. Mahadevan, S. Coastal Engineering Research Center. The long-term effects of beach nourishment on the benthic infauna and surface sediments of Panama City beaches were investigated.

Forty-seven stations located on nine transects between West Pass and Philips Inlet, and two nourishment borrow sites were sampled in November-December and May The data collected were compared to prenourishment base-line information collected Cited by: Aug 17,  · Long-term effects of beach nourishment on the benthic fauna of Panama City Beach, Florida by Culter, J.

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Culter and S. Mahadevan ; prepaed for U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers, Coastal Engineering Research Center Culter, J. The long-term effects of beach nourishment on the benthic infauna and surface sediments of Panama City beaches were investigated.

Forty-seven stations located. Long-term effects of beach nourishment on the benthic fauna of Panama City Beach, Florida / By J. Culter, S. Mahadevan and Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.). Changes in the benthic fauna of the near-shore zone were examined before and after a beach replenishment project on the central Florida east coast.

Results indicated that the near-shore sand beach community is relatively species rich, although abundance is dominated by only two species of bivalves, the coquina clams Donax variabilis Cited by: However, the beach infauna may be affected by such a disturbance.

Up to 3 m of sand have been piled upon beaches, followed by enhanced sediment dynamics. The impact of two nourishment operations of different magnitude (, andm 3 /2 km beach line) on meio- and macrofauna across a shore on the island of Sylt (North Sea) Cited by: To date, no studies have been published on the effects of beach nourishment on shore bird foraging patterns.

The effects of beach nourishment on the nesting success of threatened or endangered sea turtle species is another major concern related to beach nourish- ment projects completed in southern regions of the United States.

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Aug 01,  · The effect of Hurricane Eloise in September, on the benthic fauna inhabiting the swash zone on Panama City Beach, Florida, USA is described. Damage by The effect of the storm on the benthic invertebrates was not adverse, as the number of individuals occurring in the swash zone was about the same after the storm as amstrad.fun by: The Effects of Beach Sand Replenishment on Benthic Communities in Waikīkī 5 Executive Summary In an effort to reduce the erosion of Waikīkī beach, sediment was dredged from offshore.

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Fort Belvoir, Virginia: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Coastal Engineering Research Center Miscellaneous Report MR Ocean & Coastal Management 19 () amstrad.fun Beach Restoration in the Southeastern US: Environmental Effects and Biological Monitoring Walter G.

Nelson Department of Oceanography, Ocean Engineering and Environmental Science, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FloridaUSA ABSTRACT In the coastal region of the southeastern US, beach restoration has become the Cited by: investigation on the long-term effects of beach nourishment on the benthic infauna and surface sediments of Panama City Beach, Florida.

The work was carried out under the coastal ecology research program of the U.S. Army Coastal Engineering Research Center (CERC). The report was prepared by J.K. Culter and S. Mahadevan, Mote MarineCited by: Long-term effects of beach nourishment on the benthic fauna of Panama City Beach, Florida /, by J.

Culter, S. Mahadevan, and Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.) (page images at HathiTrust) A review of benthic faunal surveys in San Francisco Bay, (Washington [U.S.

Geological Survey], ), by Frederic H. Nichols (page images at. The effect of Hurricane Eloise in September, on the benthic fauna inhabiting the swash zone on Panama City Beach, Florida, USA is described.

Damage by the storm to the beach and property was. Beach nourishment is also purported to create a variety of environmental benefits, which include the creation of wildlife habitat, via beach widening, for nesting sea birds and sea turtles (Pinellas County ).

The effects of beach nourishment on loggerhead sea turtle nesting have been examined on Florida’s East coast, where nesting. Apr 07,  · Effects of Beach Nourishment on Sea Turtles: Review and Research Initiatives the goals of beach nourishment are the restoration of habitat to promote survival of plants and animals and to maintain aesthetically pleasing sites for humans.

Ying-Chou Lee, Eco-environmental impact assessment of pre-leisure beach nourishment on the benthic. Long-term effects of beach nourishment on the benthic fauna of Panama City Beach, Florida. Mote Marine Laboratory.

Sarasota, Florida. NC TERMINAL GROIN STUDY FINAL REPORT _____ March NC TERMINAL GROIN STUDY FINAL REPORT. of the fine fraction of the nourishment material. Culter, J.K. and S.

Mahadevan () "Long-Term Effects of Beach Nourishment on the Benthic Fauna of Panama City Beach, Florida", U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers, Coastal Engineering Research Center, Miscellaneous Report No.

94 pages. This study examines the habitat preference of the US federally threatened northeastern beach tiger beetle, Cicindela dorsalis dorsalis, and the effect of beach nourishment on existing habitats along two western Chesapeake Bay beaches.

Winter Harbor Beach and Smith Point Beach, located approximately km to the north, historically have supported large populations of C. dorsalis. Grain size Cited by: 8. Oct 01,  · Assessing the impact of beach nourishment on the intertidal food web through the development of a mechanistic-envelope model.

Since the ecological characteristics of the beach fauna and flora are very much determined by morphodynamic () Does beach nourishment have long-term effects on intertidal macroinvertebrate species.

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Coastal Engineering Research Center, Fort Belvoir, VA. Beach nourishment, or beach replenishment, is the practice of adding sand or sediment to beaches to combat erosion and increase beach width.

Beach nourishment is viewed as an alternative to armoring. Nourishment can kill or scare away critters that live on the beach, change the type of sand that many animals depend on, and make the nearby.

The Benthic Fauna and Sediments of the Nearshore Zone off Panama City Beach, Florida Metadata also available as - [Questions & Answers] - [Parseable text] The Benthic Fauna and Sediments of the Nearshore Zone off Panama City Beach, Florida Florida Place_Keyword: Panama City Access_Constraints: None.

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State and federal regulatory agen-cies have required multi-year monitoring programs designed to document the recovery of the benthic invertebrates as permit requirement for beach nourish-ment projects. The results of these moni-toring efforts are commonly reported in the grey, non-peer reviewed literature.

The effects of nourishment on. Beach Nourishment: Inthe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers signed a Statewide Programmatic Biological Opinion (SPBO) for Shore Protection Activities along the Coast of Florida and their effects on loggerhead (Caretta caretta), green (Chelonia mydas), leatherback (Dermochelys coriacea), hawksbill (Eretmochelys imbricata), and Kemp’s ridley.

beach in order to temporarily reverse or slow down long-term erosion and protect structures located behind the beach Benthic Living on the bottom, in this case animals that live on the sea, bay or estuary.

Myrtle Beach nourishment project: biological monitoring report — years 1, 2 and 3. Prepared for the City of Myrtle Beach: CSE, Columbia, SC, 50 pp.

Baca, BJ, RE Dodge, and C Mattison. Predicting env ironmental impacts from beach nourishment projects. In: Proc. Beach Preservation Technology ’ Florida Shore and Beach. Florida Beach Nourishment Projects Monitoring Database S.

Robert Wang1, Ph.D., Mark E. Leadon1, P.E. and Todd amstrad.fun1, Ph.D., P.E. Abstract: A comprehensive review of extensive beach nourishment project monitoring data is being conducted for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP).

Characterization of sediments from the base and top of the West Florida Escarpment [microform] / by Lawrence J. Poppe, Robert F. Commeau, and Judith A. Commeau U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey: [Books and Open-file Reports Section, distributor [Denver.

Coastal Erosion Effects. There are a wide variety of effects stemming from erosion, from narrower beaches to severe damage loss, and these can have both minor and far-reaching consequences. One of the most devastating effects to coastal residents is property loss.In contrast, sediment characteristics and predators were the best predictors of benthic infaunal biomass and diversity.

The Lynnhaven system is shallow (~ m), and nearly 78% of the shoreline is natural marsh, which promotes high regional benthic productivity that may mask small-scale effects of shoreline stabilization on infauna.Geomor phology and Sediments of the Inner Continental Shelf Palm Beach to Cape from GEO 1 at UAGRM.