Beach nourishment project: communication from the Acting Assistant Secretary (Civil Works), the Department of the Army, transmitting a report on the storm damage reduction and shoreline protection project for Rehoboth Beach and Dewey Beach, Delaware, pursuant to section 101(b)(6) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1996
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Report of the Chief of Engineers Department of the Army
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analysis annual approximately average Beach and Dewey beach nourishment beach proﬁle beach users beachﬁll beneﬁts benthic benthic community berm and dune Bethany Beach borrow area bulkheads Cape Henlopen Chickens Shoal construction Corps of Engineers cost cubic yards Cycle Delaware Bay Delaware beaches Delaware Coast Delaware's Dewey Beach dredging dune restoration elevation erosion existing Federal feet NGVD Fenwick Island ﬁ'om ﬁom ﬁrst ﬂooding groin ﬁeld habitat Hen and Chickens Henlopen to Fenwick identiﬁed impacts Indian River Inlet inundation landward located mail respondents nearshore NGVD offshore on-site respondents percent periodic nourishment piping plover placement potential project area recreational reduce Rehoboth Bay Rehoboth Beach Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach sand borrow sand replenishment Section sediment shore protection shoreline signiﬁcant Silver Lake South Bethany species storm damage reduction structures study area surf clam Sussex County Table tidal turtle U.S. Army U.S. Army Corps without-project zone