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Ecological Effects of Sea Level Rise in the Northern Gulf of Mexico

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Climate Change , Data Management , Geographic Information Systems , Sea Level Rise , Stakeholder Engagement

Priority Issue(s):

Community Resilience , Ecosystem Integration , Habitat Conservation , Water Quality

Host Partner(s):

Grand Bay Reserve , Weeks Bay Reserve


 Weeks Bay Tonsmeire Resource Center, 11300 US Hwy 98, Fairhope, AL36532


calendar icon1/27/2017



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The Ecological Effects of Sea Level Rise - Northern Gulf of Mexico (EESLR-NGOM) is an integrated field observation  and modeling project that will provide coastal managers with the knowledge and tools to prepare for the impacts of tides and storm surge from sea level rise with increased certainty in scale, timing, and local detail. Improving forecasts of dynamic ecosystem responses to sea level rise and storms will enable coastal zone managers to more effectively assess alternative management strategies for mitigating future ecological and societal impacts.

Come and learn about research findings and experience the new computer models that have been created. 

Please go to the top right hand corner of this page for the link to the REGISTRATION page.  

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