Visualizing the Possibilities | Multidisciplinary teams are key to nature-based solutions. This publication is an outstanding example of solutions informed by engineers, ecologists, social scientists, and landscape architects. Talk about an interdisciplinary team!

Congratulations to Ph.D. student Lina Caro on her Student Scholarship Program Award at the 16th Annual Georgia Environmental Conference. Lina presented her work on “Rapid Flood Risk Assessment Methodology” as part of the DoD Defense Community Resilience Program.  

Congratulations to MS student Caraline Miller, on her award at the 21st Symposium on the Coastal Environment at the 2023 American Meteorological Association (AMS) meeting! She was awarded based on her presentation on “Tropical Cyclone-Driven Storm Surges on Barrier Islands” and her interaction with conference attendees.

The finishing touches are being down in the I-STEM Phase 2 building. COAST students and researchers will be moving into the new space in August 2022. Below are some pictures showing the new lab.

Congratulations to Dr. Felix Santiago-Collazo, a Research Scientist with COAST, and his co-authors on the recent award of the 2021 Most Cited Paper Award in Environmental Modeling & Software. On behalf of the editorial team and publishing team of Environmental Modelling & Software (EMS), I am pleased to present you and your co-authors the 2021 [Read More]

The Network for Engineering With Nature (N-EWN) team recently launched a new ESRI StoryMap that highlights progress to date on the Scaling Natural Infrastructure Project! This effort is in collaboration between the University of Georgia and the US Army Corps of Engineers. The Scaling Natural Infrastructure Project is aimed at examining the relevant spatial scales [Read More]