KF' \ DIMH S BOOK REVIEWS LIVIN G O N TH E EDG E O F TH E GULF : TH E WES T FLORIDA AN D ALABAM A COAS T David M. Bush, Norma J. Longo, William J. Neal, Luciana S. Esteves, Orrin H. Pilkey, Deborah F. Pilkey, and Craig A. Webb, 2001, 340 pp., $22.95, paperbound, Duke University Press, ISBN 0-8223-2565-9 y 1995, approximately 7.8 million people were ties, and breakwaters), and beach nourishment, and living within five miles of Florida's coast, and an their long-term effects. Bestimate d 20 million people were visiting Chapte r 5 provides coastal residents with advice Florida's beaches each year. Unfortunately, the same an d indicators to help them assess the risk of buying beaches that attract so man y residents an d tourists are propert y or living in specific locations. Chapter 6, par t of a dynami c shoreline, with a significant risk of which constitutes over one-thir d of th e book , is a mile- storm-induce d flooding, erosion, and wind damage. by-mil e assessment of the risk of storm damage to Writte n to help individuals reduce their vulnerabil- propert y along the entire developed or
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Published: Oct 1, 2002
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