"they have gone to a lot of electricity poles and light poles," says Håkan Nilsson, who runs the camp site, where he was received by the fierce winds and cold, biting at the tips of your fingers.
About 30 yards of the coastline has vanished over the winter. Hakan Nilsson, who grew up in Löderup, tells us that the campsite was twice as big, but the ocean is absorbing in itself, bite after bite.
" don't Go too close. It could come crashing down.> Håkan Nilsson.Photo by: < / b> JOHAN NILSSON/TT / TT NEWS agency
some of the paved trail, which passed through the camp is gone, and the cables supported by the turning part of the camp site with electric hanging loose out of the sand. Here, both swedes and foreign tourists are from Germany, the united kingdom and Belgium, a unique campingupplevelse next to the sea. But right now, it's the not-so-beautiful.
" We are open for the easter holidays. We have a month in the us, so it will be busy, " says Håkan Nilsson, who do not yet know how the situation is going to be.
Photo by: < / b> JOHAN NILSSON/TT / TT NEWS agency in the Pines, in the sea,
Also on the island is rampant erosion. In the Large Seed in the north on the Vic to have a dozen or so large pine trees tumbled down in water, and the ground beneath them gröpts out of the sea, report, P4 Kalmar, sweden.
This is where the crumble a little bit every year, " explains Berth Yngvesson, in the Vast rural radio. However, he has never been involved with there has been so much at a time.
"It has been as high as water, it has been, right up to the edge of the water, and ate it all easily," he said.
In Beddinge, to the east of Trelleborg, where we find a bridge that is out of touch with the shore, as the sand on the bridge's landing point had been washed out to sea. Along the embankment hanging to the grass roots to solve in the air.
Also, in Sweden, in the south west of Skåne, the winter has taken its toll on the banks, says the Jerusalem municipality and the samhällsbyggnadschef Anna Moeller for the right one.
Photo by: < / b> JOHAN NILSSON/TT / TT NEWS agency ”much Worse than usual,”
"It has been getting worse and worse-than-usual in the south," says Hans Hansson is professor in the kustprocesser of the faculty of engineering at Lund university.
This is not only due to the high water levels and more severe storms, but also in the direction of the wind. Storm winds come from the west.
" If the storms are different, they are able to compensate each other, so that in one storm, going to the sand here, and the next storm is going to the sand to the back. But this has been persistent from the west, and it has taken a great deal of on the coast. But it has been a very high tide.
he Himself is a big proponent of the so-called " strandfodring, which means that the sand that was eroded away, picked back out at the ocean. As they have done in the first place strandskog – the sand is sucked up from the Sandhammar bank in the midst of the sea, where the sand builds up as a result of coastal erosion, and is then sprayed out onto the beach. Great to have a wide beach to protect against erosion, underlining His Country.
" What happens if you have a lot of sand is that the sand goes out in the ocean, and the build-up to what we refer to as the revlar. Once they have been built too high up, so the breaking of the waves out in the ocean. Then, when they come in, they are pretty mild. When the storm had passed by then, it will most of the time the sand is slowly coming back.
this method should not be used at Löderups strandbad, as the campsite is situated in a nature reserve, where nature will have its course.
Photo by: < / b> JOHAN NILSSON/TT / TT NEWS agency in the Countryside, and fishing
Sandfodring requires consultation with the provincial government, and secondly, given the green light by the land and environment court. Vattenstrateg W. Persson at the county administrative board in Skåne, sweden, believe that the strandfodring on a small scale, like in the first place, it can work. However, it all depends on the scale.
in the Future, is predicted to have a rise in water level and erosion may be a growing problem. The increase sandsugningen and strandfodringen also a growing risk to wild and the fishing is adversely affected", he stresses.
In some places, local authorities can consider whether to let nature take its course, to have the provincial government stated in a statement.
Along half of Skåne's coastline, may be allowed, that the water is receding, but there are some areas that need to be protected from erosion, where there are essential infrastructure, and overall development. Then, strandfodring as a possible measure, " says Peter Persson.
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