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Title: Environmental impact assessment for coastal works at Reethi Beach Resort
Authors: Systems Engineering and Marine Consulting
Keywords: Coastal developments
Coral mining
Wave regime
Topographic surveys
Marine environment
Mitigation measures
International conventions
Environmental impact assessments
Maldives Tourism Act
Environmental Protection and Preservation Act
Issue Date: 1-Jul-2010
Citation: Systems Engineering and Marine Consulting. (2010). Environmental impact assessment for coastal works at Reethi Beach Resort. Male': Maldives
Abstract: Reethi Beach Resort has experienced erosion since year 2000, and several dispositions have been taken over the year to maintain the beach and the threatened structures. Erosion is significant on the southern tip of the island, even though it was noticed that different places are subject to erosion during the year. A number of reports have already been submitted over the years describing the situation. This report mainly assesses the potential environmental impacts associated with the new coastal developments of the resort on the island of B. Fonimagoodhoo (Reethi Beach Resort).
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