There’s a peculiar looking sight off the shoreline of Stratford, Connecticut these days. Sitting just above the low tide line are 2 rows of about 60 concrete domes with big holes in them – each one kind of like a 15-hundred-pound piece of calcified swiss cheese. These are a type of artificial reef called reef balls. Its purpose is to stop erosion. But it comes with one big question – will it work?
Read more about the Stratford reef ball experiment on the Connecticut Mirror here.