Source: 
Point Blue Conservation Science, USGS, USC, and many other partners

An educator might use this resource to:

have their audiences practice assessing sea level rise and extreme weather event impacts on local coastal areas and think about how that affects infrastructure planning. Learners can ask questions from there like, "would a sea wall or a tidal marsh restoration be a solution to climate impacts?" This collaborative, user-driven tool has flood predication maps, case studies, and other resources for planning for sea level rise and extreme storm events along the California coast.

Climate Change: 
Ecosystems: 
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Contacts: 
For more information on this resource, you may contact:
 
Juliette Finzi Hart 
Southern California Outreach
 
or 
 
Maya Hayden 
Northern California Outreach