By Michael Levkowitz
The 2016 Annual CHRN Meeting has come and gone, but we will not let it be forgotten! The morning began with 2-minute pop-up talks from all attendees, a discussion of potential changes and additions to the way the network functions, and a an overview of the El Niño cycle and its impacts on coastal hazards. The afternoon was highlighted by the Coastal Resilience and the Natural Environment Panel (which you can now view on our Meetings Page) and a discussion about establishing a coastal hazards conference.
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