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Coping With Bluff Erosion

Image of YouTube Video, Coastal Bluff Erosion in the Atlantic Coast Plain.The production of the video, Coastal Bluff Erosion in the Atlantic Coast Plain, was led by the Suffolk County Soil and Water Conservation District in cooperation with New York Sea Grant and the Natural Resources Conservation Service, Cape May Plant Materials Center.

Bluff erosion—a natural process that has been occurring for thousands of years—is important for supplying sand to beaches on Long Island Sound. If possible, this natural process should be allowed to continue. However, bluff erosion often threatens homes and other structures built on the bluff. When this happens there are a variety of approaches that can be considered for dealing with erosion. 

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