Bioengineering tackles erosion

02/7/2013 | Earth Island Journal online

Biotechnical engineering is beginning to be used instead of merely laying down concrete in some communities as they tackle erosion and other environmental challenges, Sena Christian writes. It's part of a change in flood-control strategy toward the idea that working with nature can prove more effective than working against it.

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