Sea Level Rise Communication in North Carolina

Resources for Educators, Managers and Other Public Information Providers
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We hope these resources will enable better communication about sea level rise and other changing coastal conditions in North Carolina

 

Resources

North Carolina Coastal Atlas: The North Carolina Coastal Atlas is a collaborative effort to enable access to coastal data and inform coastal managers, scientists, students and the interested public. We provide selected geospatial data, visualization tools and thematic maps focused on coastal resources and hazards.

CREAT: The Climate Resilience Evaluation and Awareness Tool (CREAT) allows users to evaluate potential climate impacts on their water utility and examine options to address these impacts.

Two minutes on Oceans with Jim Toomey: Short animated videos addressing a variety of topics including Climate change. Using animation and humor, the videos provide, in clear and simple language, information about cutting-edge science and policies governing our oceans, the importance of oceans to human well-being and the challenges facing our environment.

With Rising Seas, America's Birthplace Could Disappear is an 8 minute segment featured on All Things Considered. There is a nice written article also, featuring a number of experts on the effects of rising seas and increased storm surges to this cultural history site.  
http://www.npr.org/2013/05/14/178809495/with-rising-seas-americas-birthplace-could-disappear

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