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  The perimeter riverside trail is a dynamic edge, constantly changing with the rivers’ hydrology. Dramatic alterations will transform the landscape when the causeway is replaced with a bridge.  The piers of the groyne system are made of concrete and are permanent. The structure is positioned along the extended landscape grid, perpendicular to the river’s flow.  The infill between the structures is logs. These will weather and may or may not be replaced to support the edge, depending on leachate generation. As less filtration area is needed the logs may be allow to wear then washed away by the river.
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