Show simple item record Tienaah, Titus 2013-05-27T15:26:05Z 2013-05-27T15:26:05Z 2011 2011-03
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dc.description.abstract This research develops an online Coastal Collaborative GIS (CCGIS) using local knowledge inputs to supplement existing data, towards creating a low cost, user-friendly risk mapping system that can be used in any community. Vulnerable communities’ topographic and sea level data, ranging from high to low precision, can contribute to data inputs helping to quantify the extent of coastal threats. The International Community-University Research Alliance Program (ICURA) C-Change is a collaboration of universities and eight communities in Canada and the Caribbean to develop adaptation strategies for the effects of sea level rise and storm surges. en
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dc.contributor.department Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering, University of New Brunswick
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