Riprap Revetment

Riprap DiagramRiprap revetments are very effective and a popular method of controlling shoreline erosion. They are optimal for open water locations with natural shorelines subjected to constant wave action. A riprap revetment consists of layered, various-sized rocks placed on a sloping bank. One of the most commonly used materials for riprap in Florida is broken limestone.

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