Home Archived February 20, 2019

Link to USGS home page
125 years of science for America 1879-2004
Sound Waves Monthly Newsletter - Coastal Science and Research News from Across the USGS
Home || Sections: Spotlight on Sandy | Fieldwork | Research | Outreach | Meetings | Awards | Staff & Center News | Publications || Archives


Lecture on Coastal Hazards at Massachusetts Coastal Workshop

in this issue:
 previous story | next story

Jeff Williams (Woods Hole Field Center) was the principal speaker at the Shoreline Processes Workshop held in Plymouth, MA, on April 16. It was the first of four workshops in the Coastal Hazards Workshop Series cosponsored by the Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the Massachusetts Association of Land Surveyors and Civil Engineers (MALSCE), and the Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section/ASCE (BSCES).

The purpose of the series is to educate local coastal managers and the public about the latest scientific findings about coastal processes, management, and planning tools relating to coastal-hazard issues. Jeff discussed the geologic factors and processes driving erosion and marine transgression, as well as options for dealing with coastal erosion. He also presented the latest scientific thinking on climate change, and the scientific consensus on relative sea-level rise and its potential effects on accelerating erosion and wetland loss around the world.

Related Web Sites
Woods Hole Field Center
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
U.S. Federal Government
Massachusetts Association of Land Surveyors and Civil Engineers (MALSCE)
non-profit professional association
Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section/ASCE (BSCES)
non-profit professional association

in this issue:
 previous story | next story


Mailing List:

print this issue print this issue

in this issue: Fieldwork cover story:
Mapping Lake Mohave

Research Delmarva Coastal Bays

Glen Canyon Dam

Outreach Career Options for Jr. High School Girls

Coastal Hazards Lecture

Earth Day at Lowry Park Zoo

Practical Applications of GIS

Gulf of Maine GIS Workshop for Teachers

MarineQuest 2002

Florida Caribbean Science Center Open House

Meetings CMGP Knowledge Bank

Communicating Science in a Virtual World

Continental-Shelf Territory Rights

Awards Kvenvolden Honored

Staff & Center News Student Employees

New Woods Hole Chief Scientist

Two New Employees at WHFC

University of Minnesota Visitor

Publications Special Issue of Marine Geology on USGS Monterey Bay Research

Timely Publication for Gulf of Mexico Mercury Concerns

June Publications List

FirstGov.gov U. S. Department of the Interior | U.S. Geological Survey
Sound Waves Monthly Newsletter

email Feedback | USGS privacy statement | Disclaimer | Accessibility

This page is http://soundwaves.usgs.gov/2002/06/outreach2.html
Updated December 02, 2016 @ 12:09 PM (THF)