Analysis of the effectiveness of the coastal protection method : Maltais-Savard ears system (SEMS)

The project involves evaluating the effectiveness of a beach restoration technique. The aim of this method is to counter the erosion of a sandy coast dominated by waves and tides and, more particularly in this case, to compensate for the end effect generated by the riprap. This project is continuing the work already undertaken in the year 2000 on a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the operation of a new type of coastal protection structure, consisting of an ears system called the Maltais-Savard ears system (SEMS). It was launched by the Comité ZIP de la Rive Nord de l'estuaire and the original concept of this system was invented by MM Lucien Maltais and Jean-Pierre Savard. The SEMS concept is based on the results of eight-year (1992-1999) field trials on a beach located in Baie Saint-Ludger (BSL), in the municipality of Pointe-aux-Outardes, Quebec, Canada.

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Dataset Reference Date(s) March 30, 2017 (Creation)
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Responsible Party 1
Affiliation
Comité ZIP de la Rive Nord de l'Estuaire
Role
Originator
Responsible Party 2
Name
Marie Karine Maltais
Affiliation
Comité ZIP de la Rive Nord de l'Estuaire
Email
marie.karine.maltais@zipnord.qc.ca
Role
Point of Contact

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Title Analysis of the effectiveness of the coastal protection method : Maltais-Savard ears system (SEMS)
Description

The project involves evaluating the effectiveness of a beach restoration technique. The aim of this method is to counter the erosion of a sandy coast dominated by waves and tides and, more particularly in this case, to compensate for the end effect generated by the riprap. This project is continuing the work already undertaken in the year 2000 on a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the operation of a new type of coastal protection structure, consisting of an ears system called the Maltais-Savard ears system (SEMS). It was launched by the Comité ZIP de la Rive Nord de l'estuaire and the original concept of this system was invented by MM Lucien Maltais and Jean-Pierre Savard. The SEMS concept is based on the results of eight-year (1992-1999) field trials on a beach located in Baie Saint-Ludger (BSL), in the municipality of Pointe-aux-Outardes, Quebec, Canada.

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Use report source identification + " Published on St. Lawrence Global Observatory-SLGO. [https://slgo.ca]. Access date: [YYYY-MM-DD]."

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Status Completed
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Resource Date 1
Date
2017-03-30
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Creation
Resource Date 2
Date
2020-02-21
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Maintenance and update frequency As Needed
Point of Contact
Point of Contact 1
Name
Marie Karine Maltais
Affiliation
Comité ZIP de la Rive Nord de l'Estuaire
Email
marie.karine.maltais@zipnord.qc.ca
Role
Point of Contact
Responsible Party
Responsible Party 1
Affiliation
Comité ZIP de la Rive Nord de l'Estuaire
Role
Originator
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South Bounding Latitude 49.0274609
East Bounding Longitude -68.3316984
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Temporal Extent
Begin
2001-06-01
End
2002-10-31
Default Locale French
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