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Les platges del Maresme revisitades

Otros títulosThe beaches of the Maresme revisited
AutorGuillén, Jorge ; Serra, Jordi; Durán, Ruth ; Simarro, Gonzalo
Fecha de publicación2014
EditorMuseu Comarcal del Maresme
CitaciónL'Atzavara 23: 15-21 (2014)
ResumenIt is well known that the Maresme coast was characterized in the past by the presence of a long sandy beach fed by the sediment provided by the Tordera River and the small streams that cross the coastal ranges. The transformation of the littoral mainly due to human activities during the last century produced serious erosion problems that have made it necessary to take protective action, including groin construction and beach nourishments. Although these problems have been recurrent in the last few decades and remain unsolved at present, there is still the belief in some sectors of society (in some cases even in some scientific forums) that the ultimate aim for this coast should be to achieve a long beach of almost 40 km in length only interrupted by marinas, with a constant width sufficient to allow recreational activities and to protect the facilities located near the coast and keep them (almost) free from erosion problems. This article provides general information about the geology of the Maresme coast during the last glacial period and several relevant present-day sedimentary processes in order to offer complementary information to assist in the discussion of the best alternatives for the future management of the Maresme coast
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