Spanish Institute proposes solutions for erosion of Dominican lands

The Spanish Institute of Ambiental Hydraulics of Cantabria (IHCantabria) is working on a project to mitigate and provide solutions to the erosion of the plains of the Dominican Republic, which standing by the order of 10 metro’s arena this year in some zones, with what it means for a tourist destination.

IHCantabria investigator Mauricio González is in charge of his “Integrity study for the integrated monastery” conducted by the Ministries of Tourism and the Middle East in the Caribbean with the financial support of the Inter-American Bank of Development, informs.

The work has begun months ago and was unveiled until it came with an objective: “Frenar the erosion force process that affects the roads, economic engine of these lands, for teners in conditions”, González explained.

Moreover, the Dominican Gobierno is pushing for a sustainable development of this solar and beach tourism, planting the right to search ambient solutions compatible with its ecosystems.

The diagnostics carried out by the scientists located the origin of the problem in terms of the effects of the climatic crisis such as atropical actions.

“In the last years, the hurricanes and temporal he increased his frequency and intensity, and the action of the climatic and human changes he degenerated the zones of arrears and deficiencies, elements that protect the front of these hurricanes, which dissipate the energy que llega a las playas ”, apuntó Mauricio González.

This has been pointed out, according to the investigator, who, in his thirties, had been given the order of 100 meters, “equivalent to a manzana”.

The investigators will start analyzing what the problem is with the different games.

According to González, various locations are being studied, although debido a pandemic by covid-19 the workers are realizing from Cantabria.

This camp work includes retrieving oil, currants, tides and flood information, which are introduced in numerical models to represent the different dynamics of erosion. “We will analyze the current situation and in climatic changes of between 50 and 100 years,” the investigator explained.

In a second phase, the investigators will realize participation plates with local actors “who can help, with their perception of the problem, to provide a solution in the medium and wide space”.

All of them, according to Mauricio González, enforce the mitigation proposals to control this erosion and “that we can have compatible roads with tourism”, recovering metro squares of great value for the future of American peace.