Atlanta White Papers

Why Coastlines and People?

A Modular Autonomous Distributed Ocean Sensor Network (PDF)

Adaptable Coastal Cities (PDF)

Blue Carbon Accumulation Assessment Project (PDF)

Broadening Participation: Reaching andSupporting Vulnerable Coastal Communities through PK-12 Education (PDF)

Broader Impact Assurance Structure (PDF)

Coastal Systems Network (PDF)

Capture carbon, keep the poles frozen, and arrest sea level rise: a research hub for coastal science, engineering and engagement (PDF)

Coastal Change and Dynamic Communities (PDF)

Coupling watershed and coastal processes in built environments to forecast storm- induced hazards (PDF)

“Coastal Intelligence” CoPe Hub Structure (PDF)

A community-based approach to CoPe hub development (PDF)

Theme: How do complex systems respond to both short and long- term drivers? (PDF)

A HUB IDEA: Coastal Emergency Intelligence (PDF)

Engage Federal science agencies as a component of the CoPe hubs (PDF)

Exploring the Roles of the Artistic Community (PDF)

Coastal Community Multi-disciplinary Modeling & Observation Network (PDF)

Incorporating Equity into Coastal Research and Planning (PDF)

Islands Alliance: Uniting Island Communities to Solve Coastal Problems and Increase Participation of Underrepresented and Underserved Groups in STEM (PDF)

Mobility: Strategy for a New Coastline (PDF)

Recommendation: Nested Coastal Observatory System (NCOS) (PDF)

Redesign of Coastal Cities: City Concepts for the Future (PDF)

Assessing Short and Long Term Stressors on Coastal Ecosystem and Human Responses (PDF)

Advancing the Understanding of Coastal Flood Transition Zones (PDF)

V-HubCoPe: A Virtual Hub for Facilitating Collaborations and Broadening Participation to Address Challenges of Coastlines and People (PDF)