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Beach ecosystem based adaptation : Abaiang

Beach ecosystem based adaptation (EbA) can increase resilience of beaches to storms and sea level rise, using access control fencing and gateways, beach vegetation replanting and use of brush matting to protect beach erosion scarps from direct wave action. This report is the result of a project that applied EbA methods at seven eroding beaches on Abaiang, all located on community land, in demonstrations involving all of the ten villages on the main island.

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Publisher
Modified
2019-03-28
Release Date
2019-02-14
Homepage URL
Identifier
7c4d84b3-c382-48bb-856a-da6ce883adeb
Spatial / Geographical Coverage Area
POLYGON ((-189.11865234375 -3.0783510109306, -189.11865234375 3.6267265551419, -182.32177644968 3.6267265551419, -182.32177644968 -3.0783510109306))
Spatial / Geographical Coverage Location
Kiribati
Language
English
License
Author
Ellison, Joanna.
Contact Name
Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Program
Contact Email