Coquina is a sedimentary rock that is composed either wholly or almost entirely of the transported, abraded, and mechanically sorted fragments of the shells of mollusks, trilobites, brachiopods, or other invertebrates. The term coquina comes from the Spanish word for "cockle" and "shellfish".
Coquina can be used to build up and reinforce shorelines and riverbanks through a process called revetment.
Severe weather can overtime wear down waterfront properties along the shores of our rivers and canals in and around Cocoa Beach and Merritt Island.
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