Beach Sanding is a process of adding sand on the eroding shoreline in order to restore and widen the beach area. It is generally part of a bigger coastal management plan. This process is done in repetition since erosion is inevitable and continuous. Beach Sanding is essential for structures situated near the shore as protection to the waves that erodes the sand. An extended beach can minimize storm destruction to structures near the coast by clearing out energy across the surf zone, keeping elevated structures and infrastructure from coastal flood, tsunamis and strange high tides. Beach Sanding not only limits to beaches, it is also done in lakes.