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一条活海岸线拥抱自然景观和纽约市小溪的流程和公园,同时提供教育机会和长期的自适应解决方案,以防洪社区。

项目介绍

生鲜河自然位于纽约市的牙买加湾区域内,保留含有40余亩盐沼湿地和旱地栖息地,以及植物和鸟类物种的多样性。小河的海岸线,其特色陡峭,侵蚀银行和互花米草爱特纳植物和带肋贻贝的补丁的7000脚伸展,但是,已经变得非常不稳定。

To help the Governor’s Office of Stormwater Recovery enhance resilience, protect state shorelines, and address the instability of Fresh Creek, Biohabitats is assisting the Urban/KS Engineering team in providing recommendations for the Fresh Creek Coastal Protection Project and a conceptual design for the most vulnerable sections of the Creek’s shoreline. Building on knowledge of identified risks, Biohabitats is developing multiple methods to minimize the effect of excess flood waters along Fresh Creek. The intent of these strategic flood protection measures is to reduce the frequency of events affecting local residents.

Applying Biohabitats’ experience in designing living shorelines along the New England coast, New York Harbor, and the Chesapeake Bay area, the team will be preparing site-specific restoration plans, including design drawings and specification, permitting submittals and the construction of the living shoreline treatment as one of the flood protection strategies.

细节

生物区

哈得逊河

自然地理省

大西洋海岸平原

分水岭

牙买加湾

专业领域

气候变化,沿海,社区,自然保护,生态修复,基础设施,研究和发展,城市生态,水

所有者

雨水回收的省长办公室

位置

布鲁克林 , 纽约 ,美国

项目团队
  • 城市工程师和KS工程师
  • 布米环境
  • 斯塔尔白宫