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what's one indirect consequence of building seawalls

What's one indirect consequence of building seawalls?
A. It rises the sea level, which infiltrates groundwater aquifers.
B. It increases the frequency of algal blooms.
C. It causes an excess amount of fertilizer to become stuck in the sand.
D. The shoreline habitat is destroyed through loss of sand.

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D. The shoreline habitat is destroyed through loss of sand.

Explanation: The seawalls are structure build near the seashore to prevent the coastal erosion and other damages that is caused due to the wave action.

The structures are made of concrete and usually very massive structure as they are build to restrict the effect of wave action.

The negative consequence associated with building seawall is that it disturbs the habitat of the shoreline animals.

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