SoCal Coastal Climate Change Impacts Capacity Building and CoSMoS Outreach Website
Alyssa Mann - University of Southern California
Trainings will include segments on climate science and local impacts, scientific modeling and shoreline visualization tools, vulnerability assessments, and approaches to adaptation and coastal planning. Through several half-day and full-day workshops, participants will gain foundational knowledge of climate change and the impacts of sea level rise to their communities; come to understand how to conduct a sea level rise vulnerability study and risk assessment for their particular community; receive training on various scientific modeling, visualization, and mapping tools; and learn how to apply the results of the coastal erosion and shoreline change model in their planning efforts. The workshops will be modified into multi-user webinar formats, and thus available to other coastal communities in California and the U.S.
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