Our proposal was submitted on 24 February 2021. Successful award August 25 2021.NSF Award 2125264
Duration 1 September 2021 - 31 August 2022
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Overall Goal: To develop effective and sustainable responses to the climate change impacts that affect coastal communities. Specific Objectives include:
1) To promote deep personal connections with the coast through unstructured data such as images, videos, and social media and structured data from both embedded sources as well as community science efforts using distributed sensors;
2) To expand connections across geographical boundaries among communities with similar relationships with their coasts;
3) To enhance sustainable connections with place through history and traditional ecological knowledge.
Two Areas for the NSF Project.
Rock Harbor Watershed Environment Justice Area
Herring Pond to Rock Harbor, Orleans.
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Structured and Unstructured Data
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