Byron Bay, Northern NSW
* A great oceanside town in the north beaches place of New Southern region Wales (28°38'35. 04”S, 153°36'54. 47”)
Major Problems and Physical Processes/Effects
* Chafing and increasing sea amounts present themselves as the most major concerns; * Specifically on the strip of shoreline known as Belongil Beach 2. Erosion along Belongil has created major obstructions for the construction of new buildings, and the upkeep of pre-existing estates; numerous having been destroyed due to the instability of sand/soil composition. * Increasing sea amounts threaten to engulf and flood away seafront homes, hence also weakening casing foundations and rendering them uninhabitable. * Various types of erosion that constantly happen within the region include; wave erosion, wind flow erosion and physical transforming of panorama by businesses. * Tourism is seen to get plateauing, together with the local council of Byron Shire giving berth to nature and relatively withdrawing their funding to stop the damage being done to their shorelines; allowing the erosion and natural break down to flow over, instead of conserving their very own environment as well as the homes with their residents. 5. May be compared to the town of Noosa; when ever confronted with large storming, the area council focused the majority of their funding and efforts in preserving the appearance of the shorelines, with new replacement yellow sand instantly becoming ordered to cover all the indications of physical chafing – as well as aesthetic charm. * This kind of differences can be attributed to the varying environmental and socioeconomic pressures that effect both equally districts, while using recent inflow of individual settlement in coastal areas under the supposed modern ‘sea-change phenomenon' boosting the flow of money and provided services. On the other hand, the rising sea levels caused by enhance greenhouse emissions and climate transform has the ‘potential to ruin...