Local Authority

I think that from a physical point of view that environment can be considered important [...]. Hence, it's not my idea, but if you talk to [...] a marine biologist, they saw that on the clay beds erosion takes away the sand and the clay beds remain [in the study area]. You could install some mollusk and annelid beds - jokingly referred to as “cozze-reef” [mussel-reef], that anyway is important from the point of view of biodiversity, precisely because it is a transitional marine - coastal environment. So, to have these types of structures available, in my humble opinion, even artificial (I think that will some submerged concrete structures will happen here and there) with cavities in such a way that the shellfish ... benthos can find a substrate.. in other words it has a double benefit, being able to also reduce wave energy.