Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Special Report In Applied Marine Science and Oceanic Engineering No. 136
It i s the objective of this report to supply an assessment, and at least a partial integration, of those important shoreland parameters and characteristics which will aid the planners and the managers of the shorelands in making the best decisions for the utilization of this limited and very valuable resource. The report gives particular attention to the problem of shore erosion and to recommendations concerning the alleviation of the impact of this problem. In addition, we have tried to include in our assessment a discussion of those factors which might significantly limit development of the shoreline and, in some instances, a discussion of some of the potential or alternate uses of the shoreline, particularly with respect to recreational use, since such information could aid potential users in the perception of a segment of the shoreline.
Shoreline Inventories, Virginia
Supported by the National Science Foundation, Research Applied to National Needs Program NSF Grant Nos. GI 34869 and GI 38973 to the Wetlands/Edges Program, Chesapeake Research Consortium, Inc. Published With Funds Provided to the Commonwealth by the Office of Coastal Zone Management, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Grant No. 04-6-158-44037
Owen, D. W., Rogers, L. M., Peoples, M. H., Byrne, R. J., & Hobbs, C. H. (1976) Shoreline Situation Report Cities of Chesapeake, Norfolk, and Portsmouth. Special Report In Applied Marine Science and Oceanic Engineering No. 136. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, William & Mary. https://doi.org/10.21220/V5MX55