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Coastal Zone Management Act (16.USCA Sec. 1452 (1)) Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course “preserve, protect, develop, and where.

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1 Coastal Zone Management Act (16.USCA Sec (1)) Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course “preserve, protect, develop, and where possible, to restore or enhance, the resources of the Nation’s coastal zone for this and succeeding generations.” Slide 34.1

2 Sandbags allowed only on a temporary basis Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course Slide 34.2 Source: NC Division of Coastal Management

3 Beach bulldozing allowed with proper permits Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course Slide 34.3 Source: NC Division of Coastal Management

4 Setback requirement for oceanfront construction Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course Slide 34.4 Source: NC Division of Coastal Management

5 Tracing shoreline changes to establish erosion rates Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course Slide 34.5 Source: NC Division of Coastal Management

6 Setback requirement for large oceanfront structures Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course Slide 34.6 Source: NC Division of Coastal Management

7 Structures damaged more than 50% must obtain a permit to rebuild Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course Slide 34.7 Source: NC Division of Coastal Management

8 No permit is granted to rebuild if setback requirements are not met Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course Slide 34.8 Source: NC Division of Coastal Management

9 Wetlands Minimize Flood Impacts Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course Slide 34.9 Source: NC Division of Coastal Management Wetlands minimize the impacts of flooding by storing water and preventing rapid runoff.

10 Wetlands Minimize Flood Impacts Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course Slide Source: NC Division of Coastal Management

11 Wetland Restoration Site Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course Slide Source: NC Division of Coastal Management

12 Estuarine Areas of Environmental Concern (AECs) Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course Slide Source: NC Division of Coastal Management

13 Ocean Hazard Area of Environmental Concern (AEC) Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course Slide Source: NC Division of Coastal Management

14 Mason Inlet Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course Slide The new inlet corridor is being dug out at the top of the February 2002 photo, and sand from the dredging is being stored in the square stockpile area in the middle of the photo Source: NC Coastal Federation

15 Mason Inlet Encroaching on Shell Island Resort, January 2002 Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course Slide Source: NC Coastal Federation

16 Shell Island Sandbag Wall Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course Slide Source: NC Coastal Federation

17 Mason Inlet Relocation 6 months after project completion Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course Slide Source: NC Coastal Federation

18 Sand from inlet dredging used to nourish Figure Eight beaches Session Name: State Policy II Coastal Hazards Management Course Slide Source: NC Coastal Federation


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