On the Panhandle and northern peninsula, the quartz sand is fine-grained and white. Further down the peninsula, the sand is brown and composed of shells. Out on the Keys, crushed shells enter the equation. Unfortunately, many Florida beaches are no longer natural, since they have been “re-nourished” with sand dredged from offshore- a procedure necessitated by beach erosion due to human interference with sand-deposition processes. In wake of Florida’s recent run of hurricanes, the entire state has become on big beach re-nourishment project.
The site’s theme is focused on Florida’s beaches. However, any beach will do just fine.
If you’re interested in sharing your information on any of Florida’s beaches, or just beaches in general, feel free to contribute your article.
List of some of our popular beaches:
- Clearwater Beach
- Daytona Beach
- Florida Beaches
- Jacksonville Beach
- Miami Beach
- St. Pete Beach