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.
ISSN 2641-7286 (online)
ISSN 0037-4237 (print)
The following are the articles appearing in our latest issue of Shore & Beach: (View all abstracts here.)
From the Guest Editor’s Desk: Building coastal resilience via marsh enhancement: Introduction to the dedicated issue
Ram Mohan, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE., and Candice Piercy, Ph.D., P.E.
From the Editor’s Desk: Adapting to sea level rise, one layer at a time
Lesley C. Ewing, Ph.D.
In Memoriam: Timothy Lee Welp, 1957-2021
Coastal Forum: Thin layer placement for marsh enhancement: Planning, design, construction, and monitoring considerations
Ram Mohan, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE., and Candice Piercy, Ph.D., P.E. and Timothy Welp
Tidal marsh restoration at Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, Maryland: A case study in thin-layer placement
Albert McCullough, P.E., PWS, David R. Curson, Ph.D., Erik Meyers, and Matthew W. Whitbeck
Enhancing marsh elevation using sediment augmentation: A case study from southern California, USA
Evyan Borgnis Sloane, M.S., Karen Thorne, Ph.D., Christine Whitcraft, Ph.D., and Victoria Touchstone
Evaluating direct and strategic placement of dredged material for marsh restoration through model simulations
Samuel M. Zapp, M.S., and Giulio Mariotti, Ph.D.
Incorporation of coarse-grained dredged material into marsh and shoreline restoration projects in coastal New Jersey
Engineering and design of the Lightning Point Shoreline Restoration Project in Bayou La Batre, Alabama
Nick Cox, P.E., Kevin Hanegan, Ph.D., P.E., Jonathan Hird, P.E., Meg Goecker, M.S., Katherine Dawson, M.S., E.I., and Mary Kate Brown
Restoration of estuarine wetlands using thin cover placement: A pilot application in Brunswick, Georgia
Ram Mohan, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE, Mark Reemts, P.E., Prashant Gupta, Richard Galloway, Tim Johnson, P.G., Randy Brown, P.E., and Tim Donegan, P.E.
Can sea level rise help us restore coastal wetlands? The hydrologic restoration of the Slop Bowl, Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge, Texas
Rusty A. Feagin, Ph.D.,Thomas P. Huff, Ph.D., Kevin M. Yeager. Ph.D., and Sam Whitehead, M.S.