Stony Brook University research vessels
Hurricane Sandy last year did more harm to coastal cities and homes than any hurricane in U.S. history, except Katrina. Most of that damage has been repaired. But there’s other damage that people can’t see to the underwater coastline, known as the shoreface. Apparently, Long Island’s shoreface did remarkably well against the storm of the 21st century.

National Public Radio (NPR), RedOrbit, Dec. 11, 2013
Featuring: John Goff, Jamie Austin, Institute for Geophysics