High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Pocket beach is usually
a small beach, between two headlands. In an idealized setting,
there is very little or no exchange of sediment between the pocket
beach and the adjacent shorelines. Pocket beaches can be natural or
artificial. Many natural pocket beaches exist throughout the world.
Artificial pocket beaches are usually constructed in areas where
natural beaches are fairly narrow or absent. Examples of artificial
pocket beaches include over 100 such systems on Chesapeake Bay in
the United States, each consisting of several individual pocket
beaches; the Fisher Key, Florida project constructed on a dredge
spoil island originally consisting of cobble dredge material;, and
the Fred Howard Park Beach that was constructed offshore of a muddy
mangrove shoreline. Additionally, there have been many pocket
beaches constructed in the Caribbean where resorts have been
developed along rocky shorelines with minimal natural beaches.
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