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Tybee Island Dune Restoration Featured in Resiliency Video Series

May 11, 2022 – The Faces of Resiliency video series highlights how communities are increasing their resilience to sea level rise, storm surge and flooding. The series, developed by Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant, features interviews with coastal residents and researchers who share stories of adapting to coastal hazards through community engagement and collaboration …

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Tybee Island Natural Infrastructure Master Plan

The Tybee Island Natural Infrastructure Master Plan aims to help the island better absorb and recover from more frequent storms and flooding caused by rising, warming seas. Project Lead: Alan Robertson, AWR Strategic Consulting, awrstrategic@gmail.com Partners: University of Georgia’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, College of Engineering, College of Environment and Design, Institute for …

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Tybee Island Residents See More Flooding As Sea Levels Rise

February 2, 2022 – Researchers from the University of Georgia are collecting feedback from Tybee Island residents about potential solutions to flooding. Rapidly rising seas and more extreme storms cause repeated flooding in streets, yards, and homes. Learn more

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