Gallery: SeArc Reintroduces Marine Life in Coastal Cities with ECOncret...

© SeArc Ecological Marine Consulting + Studio Urbanof
On a larger scale, ECOncrete components are designed to furnish fish and other larger organisms with a non-uniform profile, modeling the surface to allow for nursing grounds, nooks to hide from predators, and habitats for water filtering organisms. Essentially, ECOncrete structures simulate coral reefs and rocky coastal habitats while incorporating into marine infrastructure without compromising its traditional functions.

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1 Comment

  1. lazyreader October 20, 2011 at 8:06 am

    It’s an artificial reef or shoal. We’ve done this before.

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