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Write for me capstone project jmu capstone title in trinity walter benjamin essays about love [Music] I'm Christine Angelini I'm an assistant professor at the University of Florida and I'm going to be talking in this video today about living shorelines project that I've been conducting in collaboration with some of the researchers and managers at the guano Tala motto Matanzas National estuarine research Reserve the purpose behind this project is to meet winners their immediate management means there's a lot of boat traffic in this estuary and these boat weeks are really altering the hydrogen Amex of this ecosystem these are typically low-energy waterways and these boat wakes are just simply chewing away at our s to right edges so to slow this Marsh erosion and facilitate the regrowth of oyster reefs we've been conducting some experiments with a new type of living shoreline design the whole purpose behind our living shorelines design is to have a sort of two lines of Defense's protecting our shorelines from these rogue Lakes the first are breakwaters that are that are the first line of defense as boat leaks sort of act on our shorelines and then position behind them we're trying to jumpstart the recovery of oyster reefs to access a second secondary biological barrier and in combination the break balls in the gabion and oyster restoration structures are designed to sort of halt the erosion of the marsh edges and stabilize their position my name is anniversa I am a PhD student in environmental engineering at the University of Florida and I am coordinating the research on this living shorelines project today we're going to show you how we build break walls along a 55-foot stretch of shoreline a laundry segment we built three walls each wall was 14 feet in length and each and the space between the walls was approximately six feet and these are the measurements that we use for a stretch of shoreline that's roughly over fifty feet in length to mark the position of the break wall you have to measure 20 feet out from one edge of the shoreline that you previously marked and mark that spot with a rebar stake or a PVC pole then you have to measure 14 feet from that state parallel to the shoreline and mark that end and that will be the entire length of your wall then using a mould or some sort of marker you will then use the ends of the wall to position the fence post using your PVC grid you now have the boot where you want to position the fence post for your wall what we do in our group is first use the soil auger to mark the position of each one of the posts so you'll just are down basically one auger depth into the soil just to mark the position once you've marked all the position of all 14 of the fence posts you can remove your PVC frame and then go to come back to actually dig them out so we typically use the soil auger to excavate down to a depth of three and a half feet pre-opening the holes with a soil auger we found makes putting the fence posts in a lot more efficient you get through sand and clay layers depending on the substrate of your site and once you've gotten your hole open to a depth of about three and a half feet you then take your fence post again that has the tapered tip to it position it in the hole and pressure it down into the substrate using your own weight once you have all 14 of your fence posts in on your wall you then whenever want to return with your wooden mallet how many fence posts in civil fusil this is a really important step in the process because defense posts are really what bearing the wave energy acts on these walls to fill these walls we use branches that were roughly from half an inch to three inches in diameter they spend uh parties like but we prefer to use ones that could span the length of the walls that would make make them easier for them to stay put we bundled the branches before bringing them out into the field just for easier transport and we were able to carry these bundles and spread them evenly inside the fence post in between the two rows of seven fences that we built and we made sure is that branches were evenly distributed and that the height of the wall was as even as possible across the length of the wall once the branches are inside the wall and it's evenly distributed as possible you want a heavy person to step inside of the wall and actually walk on top of the branches to compress them one of the branches are in the wall and compact you want to use PVC coated wire and galvanized fence post nails to secure these branches to start off you want to tie the the beginning of the PVC coated wire around the first pencils and you want this to be approximately eight inches above the sediment they were knotted around and blow tight and secure it with two fence post nails once you secure its the first fence post you want to take the wire and six agate around the wall making sure to secure it with a fence post nail at each post [Music] and then once you reach the end of the law of the wall loop the wire back around making sure to wrap it around the fences that human [Music] if you want to use the bees for constructing your oyster reefs behind the breakwall here's a couple of tips for how to install them well so the first thing is that you want to make sure that you alternate the pattern when you lay down the beach one v sheet above the other so that the basically the direction of the V goes perhaps to the right on your first sheet and to the left on the second sheet this is important because it makes sure that you can set the sheets directly overlap with one another in formed nice firm like thankful it's a connective be sheets it's really important that you go through and you connect each one of the click joints so I often start in the middle and start from one end and work my way to the other end and then work on the next row next to that just so that I'm sure that all of the the ball and socket joints are connected through the whole sheet to install the bees in the field what you want to do is position them ten feet behind the break wall and we use two three and a half foot long rebar poles these are 3/8 of an inch rebar poles that we bent an L into the end up and you simply push them through the B sheet into the substrate and position the end of them so that they fit in the grooves that you can see here on the top of the sheet [Music] I'm Matthew Monroe I'm a biologist at a GTM research Reserve and this is how we're making our gabion first we're using galvanized metal one inch diameter squares we're bending them into 18 by six by six inch squares and we're putting them together cover 24 inch by 18 inch area once they're cut we have a wooden block that we use to bend them and we're using call clips to detach them together [Music] you [Music] once all the metal is bent in the shape and hardflip together we then take it to our show recycling center and you shall to fill them we have oyster shell here anything would work that is natural material then we Hall cook them closed [Music] Donna gave into the field we start by measuring 10 feet off the seawall and we lay them out spacing them apart about an inch and a half once the gabions are in place they put a little weight on them to set them in the mud when you zip ties to attach them together about an inch and a half apart [Music] Oh [Music] capstone cottages at lubbock order Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Manhattan.