Georgette Tso is an MEng student studying green seawalls. Seawalls are a common infrastructure used to protect coastal regions from storm surge and waves. Historically, seawalls have been constructed from marine concrete blocks with smooth, vertical geometry. Because the seawalls eliminate intertidal zones, they diminish marine biodiversity. To make seawalls more hospitable to marine fauna, researchers have introduced texture and shapes to seawall surfaces, and introduced concrete mixes with enriched levels of CaCO3. This study will compare marine cement and enriched cement for the attributes of recruitment rate and durability (measured through changes in material strength). The study can inform installation choices for optimizing green seawall design. Knowledge of recruitment and durability under high wave exposure is particularly relevant to future Boston-area developments.