First published in October, 1933, Shore & Beach is the quarterly, peer-reviewed journal of the American Shore and Beach Preservation Association (ASBPA). The journal publishes papers that contribute to the knowledge base necessary for sound coastal decision-making and the important contemporary debates concerning shores and beaches everywhere. Content includes coastal scientific, economic, social, and political findings, coastal observations, and editorials.
The following are the articles appearing in our latest issue of Shore & Beach:
From the editor’s desk: ‘&’ or ‘and’: The art of working together by Lesley Ewing
Guest editorial: A dedicated issue on long-term coastal adaptation
by Mary Matella, Julie Rosati, Tom Herrington, and Tony MacDonald
Considering total water levels in long-term coastal adaptation to changing sea level by Heidi Moritz, P.E.; Kate White, Ph.D, P.E.; and Rod Moritz, P.E.
Numerical simulation of coastal erosion and its mitigation by living shoreline methods: A case study in southern Rhode Island by Scott Hayward, M. Reza Hashemi, Marissa Torres, Annette Grilli, Stephan Grilli, John King, Chris Baxter, and Malcolm Spaulding
Maui’s resilient living shoreline project provides adaptation strategy for critical infrastructure by R. Boudreau, R. Sloop, A. Holloway, and J. Rivera
A lifeline and social vulnerability analysis of sea level rise impacts on rural coastal communities by Eileen S. Johnson, Jeremy M. Bell, Daniel Coker, Elizabeth Hertz, Nicole LaBarge, and Gavin Blake
Valuing beach ecosystems in an age of retreat by Philip G. King, Chad Nelsen, Jenifer E. Dugan, David M. Hubbard, Karen L. Martin, and Robert T. Battalio