Read this link very carefully and look on a map for the location of Malibu Beach while I'm looking for more:
Read this about the Geology:
Here where the Santa Monica Mountains meet
the Pacific Ocean, the coastline varies from
rocky bluffs to smooth sandy beaches.
Coastal development has interrupted natural
erosional and depositional cycles, as has the
construction of debris basins to prevent
landslides in the mountains. Therefore, sand
deposited on the beaches by the sea and
mountains is often supplemented by exotic,
trucked-in sand that originates in such urbanized
formations as the San Fernando Valley.
So the sand there may not be the original sand. What about contacting:
LA County Dept Beaches & Harbors @
There are State beaches and Public Beaches, so which beach in particular do you refer to? At any rate, here is an article about Malibu Beach losing sand:
This may be your best bet. Look at the links that talk about the sand:
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