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Coastal Inundation Mapping

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Coastal Inundation Mapping is a hands-on computer course. Land conservation is a method for mitigating storm and flood impacts. Identifying areas susceptible to flood inundation will help conservation planners and floodplain managers prioritize conservation efforts. This course teaches participants about the different types of coastal inundation, ways to map flood areas in the coastal environment, data and methodology limitations, and practical ways to apply this information to support state and local planning efforts. For more information, contact Digital Coast.

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