By Ian Miller, Washington Sea Grant
A few months ago Washington Sea Grant's Paul Dye put together a blog post for the CHRN describing the conceptual underpinnings of the Washington Coastal Resilience Project (WCRP). Now that the WCRP is a bit more than a year old, I wanted to provide a bit more detail on some of what we are doing as part of "Objective 1" of the project, which is focused on:
"Filling critical information gaps and improving the communication of risk about coastal hazards and related climate impacts (sea level rise, storm surge, wave impacts, and shoreline erosion) that hinder planning and action in Washington's coastal communities."
The contents of this website, including the blog, forum, and links to other sites, are provided for informational use and may not reflect the positions and priorities of all network members, including Washington Sea Grant and the Department of Ecology. Comments posted to this site do not constitute formal public comment. Ecology, Sea Grant and network members do not control or guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, or completeness of information contained on any linked websites.