Pigeon Island, St. Lucia Beach Stabilization

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The Pigeon Island National Landmark (PINL) is an island reserve off the northwest coast of St. Lucia. The island is approximately 850 metres long and 400 metres wide, with a total area of about 17.8 hectares. The study includes Bathymetric survey, topographic survey and benthic survey. Erosion Analysis, inclusive of storm surge prediction and hurricane erosion modelling.

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