Category:Groynes

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Not to be confused with Breakwaters.
English: A groyne (groin in the US) is a method of coastal defense against erosion. Groynes are structures running perpendicular to the shoreline, across a beach into the sea.
Deutsch: Buhne
Français : Épi pour limiter l'érosion du sable par de forts courants.
Українська: хвилелом
groyne 
rigid hydraulic structure
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