Saturday, February 13, 2016
Norfolk Neighborhood Gets a Boost from Virginia Sea Grant and HUD

Norfolk Neighborhood Gets a Boost from Virginia Sea Grant and HUD

Posted: Tuesday, February 02, 2016

A project funded by Virginia Sea Grant led to $120M in federal funding to implement resiliency designs in the Norfolk neighborhood of Chesterfield Heights. 


Changing Tides: New Coastal Mapping Tool Helps to Gauge the Potential...

Changing Tides: New Coastal Mapping Tool Helps to Gauge the Potential...

Preparing Hawai'i for coastal storms

Posted: Wednesday, December 09, 2015

In response to a record-breaking Pacific hurricane season, Hawai'i Sea Grant led a NOAA Coastal Storms Program project to assess the risk of urban Honolulu to coastal inundation. 


Georgia Sea Grant Uses New Smartphone App to Map King Tide Flood

Georgia Sea Grant Uses New Smartphone App to Map King Tide Flood

Using technology to prepare for sea level rise

Posted: Monday, November 30, 2015

Georgia Sea Grant, in partnership with organizations along the east coast, is piloting a sea level rise smartphone app to monitor local flooding and contribute to a database that will help...


Hanging by a Thread

Hanging by a Thread

Biologist Emily Carrington probes the secrets of the humble mussel's powerful...

Posted: Thursday, September 24, 2015

Mussels dominate rocky coastlines and support aquaculture worldwide. Now Washington Sea Grant-supported researchers at the University of Washington are investigating climate-related threats...


Hampton Roads Adaptation Forum Helps Norfolk's "Green Infrastructure" Team...

Hampton Roads Adaptation Forum Helps Norfolk's "Green Infrastructure" Team...

The growth of green infrastructure in Virginia

Posted: Thursday, September 17, 2015

Virginia Sea Grant's Hampton Roads Adaptation Forum is a networking and educational meeting for professionals working on sea level rise adaptation. A recent survey of attendees indicates...


Water Cities: Can We Climate-Proof the Coast?

Water Cities: Can We Climate-Proof the Coast?

Rethinking flood control in coastal South Carolina

Posted: Friday, September 11, 2015

South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium is based in Charleston, S.C., one of the U.S. cities most threatened by a rising global sea level. More intense rainstorms combined with unusually high...


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