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December 2022 — Engineering with Nature to Face Down Hurricane Hazards

As coastal communities grow and severe weather events intensify, there is a growing need for information about the best ways to keep towns and cities safe. However, a lack of monitoring information about the protection provided by natural infrastructure, like berms and dunes, has limited managers’ ability to use them as tools. A new paper published in Eos by N-EWN members Safra Altman and Marshall Shepherd outlines just why monitoring is so important.

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November 2022 — Operationalizing equity for integrated water resources management

The N-EWN People and Policy team, which consists of representatives from the University of Georgia and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently published a new paper in the Journal of American Water Resources, titles, “Operationalizing equity for integrated water resources management.”