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Combating Climate Change in our Local Communities

Written on: August 14th, 2017 in Coastal Training ProgramNERR

Jacob Filby, DNERR’s Communication and Policy Intern, writes about his work with the Resilient Community Partnership (RCP) and its initiative to assist communities like Slaughter Beach in response to climate change. RCP is a program through the Delaware Coastal Program aimed at providing planning, preparation, and mitigation techniques to communities in responses to climate change and sea level […]


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Graduate Research Fellow Conducts Sediment Research

Written on: April 24th, 2012 in Research

Understanding coastal marsh development is an important part of determining their future. Brandon Boyd, a University of Delaware graduate student,  has been conducting research on Delaware’s coastal marshes – from saltmarshes near the bay mouth to tidal fresh farther up river. In conjunction with his advisor, Dr. Christopher K. Sommerfield, Brandon is studying sediment cores to […]


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What’s on Your Mind About Sea Level Rise?

Written on: November 18th, 2011 in Coastal Training ProgramNERR

Have you been wondering what sea level rise is and how it might impact Delaware?  Delaware Coastal Programs in conjunction with the Delaware Sea Level Rise Advisory Committee would like your input about sea level rise in Delaware.  They have been hosting Sea Level Rise Public Engagement Sessions throughout the state.  If you have not […]


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