Erosion: Researchers Map Northern Ireland's Changing Coastline

Researchers have mapped the changing coastline of Northern Ireland to understand the impact of erosion on the region.

The study used aerial photographs and satellite images to track changes in the coastline over the past 50 years.

The research found that the coastline has changed significantly, with some areas losing up to 10 meters of land in just a few decades.

The study also identified areas that are particularly vulnerable to erosion, including beaches and cliffs.

The findings will be used to inform coastal management strategies and help protect the region from further erosion.

The study highlights the importance of monitoring and understanding the impact of erosion on coastlines around the world.

Further research is needed to develop effective strategies for mitigating the effects of erosion on vulnerable coastlines.