Joining Rich Delaney will be Dr. Graham Giese, co-founder of the Center for Coastal Studies, Scientist Emeritus and director of the Land-Sea Interaction Program in the CCS Department of Marine Geology
, and Dr. Mark Borrelli, Marine Geology Department Chair and Director of the Coastal Processes and Ecosystems Laboratory (CaPE Lab)
, a joint research effort between CCS and the School for the Environment within UMass Boston.
Tune in for a lively and informative discussion about erosion, sea-level rise, storm-surge and other physical processes that affect our coastal towns, and learn how tools developed at CCS are helping local government and managers prepare for the ever-increasing effects of climate change on buildings, roads and natural resources.
We will be recording the presentation, so if you’re unable to tune in at 12.30 pm please let us know and we’ll send you a link to the video. We also encourage you to send in questions
for the the panel ahead of the discussion and we’ll do our best to answer them during the taping.
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