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Beach Erosion

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has moved up the start of a beach replenishment project for Long Beach island, including Ship Bottom (above).  (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has moved up the start of a beach replenishment project for Long Beach island, including Ship Bottom (above). (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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Long Beach Island beach widening moved up to April

SHIP BOTTOM, N.J. (AP) — A $128 million project to widen beaches and shore up dunes on Long Beach Island has been moved up four months to April.

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Beach erosion caused by nor’easter

New Jersey beaches have been taking a hit from the latest storm system that began moving in on Monday.

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Beaches Holding Strong This Winter [AUDIO]

It might not seem like it, but shore towns are already thinking about the condition of their beaches come summertime.

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Post-Snow Beach Erosion Not a Big Concern [AUDIO]

Coastal experts and town officials along the Jersey Shore do not expect major beach erosion to follow Thursday's nor'easter.

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Beach dunes (Christopher Furlong, Getty Images)
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Surf City Wants Goverment to Finish Beach Work

A Jersey shore town is appealing to the federal government to build dunes at the end of three streets that were excluded from a beach replenishment project because homeowners wouldn't sign access papers to allow the work.

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Governor's Office, Tim Larsen
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Erosion Not an Issue with Recent Storms

New Jersey has been rocked left and right by nasty weather events in recent weeks, but the coastline escaped nearly unharmed.

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Governor's Office, Tim Larsen
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Nor’easter Delays Sandy Recovery [POLL/VIDEO]

Down from 2.7 million, more than 300,000 electric customers remained without power late Wednesday from Hurricane Sandy last week, but the second part of the one-two punch on New Jersey, this week's nor'easter, put a snag in the state's recovery efforts.

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Mark Wilson, Getty Images
Mark Wilson, Getty Images
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How Long Will It Take to Repair New Jersey Beaches? [AUDIO]

As New Jerseyans sift through the aftermath in the wake of Hurricane Sandy and the devastation she left behind, especially along the New Jersey coastline, many are wondering if, when and how the beaches will ever be repaired.

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Flickr User New York District, US Army Corps of Engineers
Flickr User New York District, US Army Corps of Engineers
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Winter Beach Erosion Could Kill NJ Beaches

New Jersey's beaches have been spared the worst this year in terms of damage and beach erosion, but that may not be the case in just a few months.

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Patti McConville, Getty Images
Patti McConville, Getty Images
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Is Jersey Sinking Into The Sea?

As the sea level rises The Garden State could be at risk for being the newest addition to the Atlantic Ocean.

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