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SanFranciscoBay_Adapt2SeaLevelRise_CostData

Daniella Hirschfeld, Kristina Hill & Ellen Plane
In metropolitan regions made up of multiple independent jurisdictions, adaptation to increased coastal flooding due to sea level rise requires coordinated strategic planning of physical and organizational approaches. To better understand specific choices for sea level rise adaptation we examined potential costs to raise current protective infrastructure to future water levels.

BErkeley High Resolution (BEHR) OMI NO2 Prototype High Temporal Resolution Product

Joshua Laughner
The BErkeley High Resolution (BEHR) OMI NO2 Prototype High Temporal Resolution Product makes use of high spatial and temporal resolution a priori NO2 profiles for a limited domain in the southeast United States, covering 1 June-30 Aug 2013. These retrievals have been used to evaluate the impact of daily temporal resolution of the high-spatial-resolution a priori NO2 profiles needed for the retrieval

SanFranciscoBay_Adapt2SeaLevelRise_CaseStudies

Daniella Hirschfeld, Kristina Hill & Ellen Plane
As awareness of climate change increases more projects are beginning to include sea level rise in their planning and design. To better understand cutting edge examples of sea level rise adaptation we examined the current conditions and projected future changes from nine physical sea level rise adaptation projects in the San Francisco Bay.

SanFranciscoBay_Adapt2SeaLevelRise_RegionalData

Daniella Hirschfeld, Kristina Hill & Ellen Plane
As awareness of climate change increases government agencies, non profits and community groups are working to develop strategic plans for sea level rise adaptation. To better understand specific choices for sea level rise adaptation we examined the relationship between current protective infrastructure and projected water levels from sea level rise and storm events.

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  • 2017
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  • University of California, Berkeley
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