The June 17th 2018 course for graduate and PhD students combined classroom instruction, team project-based learning, and field experiential learning at coastal projects in the Boston area, all taught by international experts in these fields.
technical inputs and data collection for planning and design
short-term (storms and seismically-induced waves) and long-term (sea level rise) events
planning and land-use using natural, social, economic, and cultural considerations
nature-based, engineered and hybrid infrastructure solutions
coastal zone management (policy and zoning) in the U.S. and international settings
Boston Short Course on Coastal Adaptation and Resiliency - June 17-23, 2018 - NSF Research Collaboration Network (RCN): Science, Engineering and Education for Sustainability (SEES) Project title: Sustainable Adaptive Gradients in the Coastal Environment (SAGE): Reconceptualizing the Role of Infrastructure in Resilience Award Number: ICER-1338767