Erosion Control with Breakwaters and Beach Nourishment
AbstractOn some parts of the Danish North Sea coast the erosion average is 3-4 m per year. The peak average erosion is 11 m per year. On those eroding locations the dune system is weakened or has disappeared leaving low areas behind the dune system open to flooding. The measures against erosion are a combination of beach nourishment and low breakwaters close to the shoreline. The flood protection is re-established by building artificial dunes that are protected by a revetment.