Coastal erosion problems highlighted in new study

Ventura County Star: Machinery digs apart sections of a concrete seawall near Surfers Point in Ventura. A parking lot and bike path in the area is being ripped up and moved farther from the sea, replaced by rocks and sand that will allow the ocean to ebb and flow naturally. The face of California is its beaches, which attract millions of surfers, sunbathers and tourists every year. But that facade is in dire need of a face-lift. All along the more than 1,100 miles of coastline, the homes, freeways and communities......

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