How does the sand get on New Jersey beaches? Ship video - Dredger docking 5 months ago   02:15

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Through the natural process of erosion, New Jersey's beaches are constantly losing sand back into the ocean. The dredge vessel, Liberty Island, brings it back so beachgoers can enjoy the shore.
(Patti Sapone | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com)

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earthwatcher2012
need to work on your seamless audio beds of natural sound under the channel 1 voice audio
Saltwater Angler
waste of money and thanks to this pumping the fishing has sucked
unguidedone
what a waste of tax dollars
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Ship video - Dredger docking How does the sand get on New Jersey beaches? 5 months ago   01:19

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A video that shows the dredger, City of London, docking at the Tarmac facilities at Anglesey Wharf in Greenwich. It is a regular sight here and delivers sand dredged from the Thames Estuary to the factory.

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