In addition to its intrinsic value, the coastal zone is one of the most economically and ecologically significant landscapes on the planet. Heightened awareness of global climate change and associated rising sea levels has placed an increased impetus on the management of coastal systems. This session seeks presentations exploring recent advances and observations in applied, management-oriented coastal and aeolian research.
|Presenter||Mayra Roman Rivera*, University of South Carolina, Jean T. Ellis, University of South Carolina, King Tide Conundrum||20||4:40 PM|
|Presenter||Peter A. Tereszkiewicz*, University of South Carolina, Department of Geography, Jean T. Ellis, University of South Carolina, Department of Geography, Holly Gould, University of South Carolina, School of Earth, Ocean and Environment, Assessing morphologic change post-Hurricane Irma on a shoe string budget: an open source alternative for coastal managers||20||5:00 PM|
|Presenter||Sayyida Ali*, The University of the West Indies - St Augustine, Junior Darsan, University of the West Indies, An assessment of the ecosystem services of an ecologically sensitive area towards sustainable coastal management: the case of Grande Riviere, Trinidad, West Indies||20||5:20 PM|
|Presenter||Rosana Grafals-Soto*, University of Puerto Rico, Cayey, Location and characteristics of Caribbean coastal dunes: a Puerto Rico Case Study||20||5:40 PM|
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