Geomorphic Nature-Based Shoreline Design in the Strait of Georgia, BC
Phil Osborne and Rowland Atkins Golder Associates
The objective of this presentation is to demonstrate how coastal bluff and shoreline erosion hazards in the Strait of Georgia may be effectively addressed with a robust geomorphology based shoreline solution that considers coastal processes, sediment budget and geomorphological context.
Coastal Hazard and Structures Rehabilitation: Case Study of Forillon National Park, Quebec
Nicolas Guillemette1, Justin Mckibbon1, Thomas Fortin-Chevalier1, Julien Dumais St-Onge1, Benoit Ruest1, Frédéric Sainte-Croix2, Simon F. Pineault2 1WSP Canada 2Parks Canada Agency
The objective of this presentation is to briefly describe the coastal hazards around the Forillon National Park peninsula and the assessment undertaken to evaluate the state of various structures and address ongoing issues such as the impact of climate change on the submersion risk, significant erosion along access roads, and maintenance problems for various structures including a fishing and recreational harbour.