Monthly Archives: January 2016

Local Flooding Conversations on World Wetlands Day

In observance of World Wetlands Day, FloodRISE postdoctoral scholar Jochen Schubert joined an interdisciplinary panel of speakers at the Climate Change, a “Godzilla” El Niño, and their Impacts on Oceans and Estuaries symposium on January 30, 2016. Convened by the Newport Bay Conservancy, the symposium highlighted research on topics ranging from ocean warming and El Niño behavior… Read More

New Inundation Maps Available for Southern California

In partnership with USC Sea Grant and the US Geological Survey, the FloodRISE Research Impact and Integration Team held a webinar on January 21 to share initial results from the Coastal Storm Modeling System (CoSMoS) with Orange County coastal practitioners. Initial CoSMoS results provide flood hazard zones for a 100-year storm with four sea level rise… Read More