Coastal Resources

Coastal resources embrace all natural resources occurring at intervals coastal waters and their adjacent shorelands. Coastal resources embrace islands, shift and sea-coast areas, salt marshes, wetlands, floodplains, estuaries, beaches, dunes, barrier islands, and coral reefs, also as fish and life and their individual habitats at intervals these areas. Coastal resources embrace the coastlines of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, the nice Lakes, and also the Gulf of United Mexican States. Coasts contain a spread of biological and physical resources. By being adjacent to water, coastal regions embrace fish and alternative styles of marine life that area unit necessary food sources for humans. Coasts additionally contain sand and alternative sediments, that valuable resources for maintaining healthy beach and ridge systems.    

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