How Do Sea Walls Work?


Seawalls are embankments that prevent the erosion of a shoreline by a body of water. Sea walls act as a deflector-so they deflect the energy and force of the sea and push it back out to sea they are a great form of coastal defence.
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1. Mark out the placement of your seawall, taking into account that each piece of the sea wall is approximately seven feet long. Place it at least one foot away from the natural slope
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also sea wall (sē'wôl') n. An embankment to prevent erosion of a shoreline.
A seawall is a form of hard and strong coastal defense constructed
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