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for Coastwatch Vol. Issue , Jan/Feb 1994
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Nonpoint source pollution is proving to be a complex problem along the coast, closing shellfish waters and causing concern about the general degradation of the water supply.
The project to deepen Morehead City's harbor presented the town of Atlantic Beach with five million cubic yards of free sand, yet the sand itself was not sufficient to settle the debate over beach nourishment.
As North Carolina's coastal communities attempt to deal with beach erosion, beach nourishment appears to be an alternative. High costs and imperfectly understood long-term effects, however, are clear drawbacks.