Fall Meeting 2015

Meeting presentations

Challenges of Communicating Weather and Climate Extremes — Marshall Shepherd

SECC Year in Review — Shelby Krantz

Community Recovery Efforts in Apalachicola, FL — Angie Lindsey

Seeing the ACF Watershed as a System- Examining the Effects of Reducing Irrigation Withdrawals — Steve Leitman

Agriculture in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) River Basin — Casey Cox

Extreme Climate Trends and Projections for the Southeast U.S. — Kenneth Kunkel

Drought Indicators and NIDIS Early Warning — Paul Conrads

Extreme Rainfall in the Southeast U.S — David Zierden

More than a Nuisance- Building Creative Pathways to Flood Resilience — Jill Gambill

Poster Presentations

Climate Learning Network

Population Projections and Risk of Inundation from SLR for the US in 2100

South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative

Learning how to become Resilient

Tybee Island Sea Level Rise Adaptation in Brief UGA Sustainability

How Planning for Sea Level Rise Creates Flood Insurance Reductions: The Georgia Context

Participant List

Participant List

Final Agenda

Fall Meeting Agenda 2015

Updated Partnerships Poster

Partnerships Poster

Links of interest

Apalachicola Bay Oyster Situation Report

EPA Grants & Opportunities

Preliminary peak stage and streamflow data at selected USGS streamgaging stations for the South Carolina flood of October 2015

Federal Crowdsourcing and Citizen Science Toolkit