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Learn to Use Flood Exposure Maps for Your Community

Date

July 16, 2019

Time

1:00 - 1:45 PM Eastern

Narrative

Flood exposure maps allow officials to pinpoint and understand the vulnerability of their communities in terms of people, infrastructure, and natural resources. During this online training, participants will learn how to use these maps to engage your community – and hear a professional share examples of using flood exposure maps to help stakeholders understand local flood risk and improve coastal resilience.

The guest speaker is Alex Rosen, Floodplain Management Specialist, Washington Department of Ecology. He will discuss tips and lessons learned about using maps to share information with and gather data from stakeholder groups.

Attendees are eligible to receive one hour of certification maintenance (CM) credit through the American Institute of Certified Planners.

If you have any questions regarding this event or need assistance please contact Maeve Snyder at 843-904-9034 or msnyder@baruch.sc.edu.

Contact

Maeve Snyder, Coastal Training Programs Coordinator

msnyder@belle.baruch.sc.edu

Type
  • Webinar
Audience
  • Coastal/Resource Managers
  • Emergency Managers
  • Local Government
  • Non-Profit Leaders
  • Outreach/Education Professionals
  • Planners
Categories
  • Climate Change/Sea Level Rise
  • Climate Communication
  • Coastal Resilience
  • Community Planning
  • Flooding
  • GIS/Maps
Focus Areas
  • Statewide: Coast
  • Statewide: Statewide
Quarter
  • Summer 19 (Jul - Sep)
Webpage
Leading Org.
  • NOAA Office for Coastal Management
Supporting Orgs.
  • North Inlet-Winyah Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
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