News

12/12/2018

Research in Action: Michelle Covi on Sea Level Rise Research

12/12/2018

Using Service Learning to Build Flooding Resilience

09/27/2018

Communicating Rip Current Risk: Testing Graphics with Different Audiences

09/27/2018

Modeling Icebergs in Modern and Glacial Climates

Speaker Till Wagner Department of Physics and Physcial Oceanography, University of North Carolina Wilmington
09/27/2018

Shaping Community Resilience to Coastal Flooding: Why Coping Capacity, Context, and Scale Matter

09/27/2018

Sediment Transport in Estuaries: Implications for Oxygen and Carbon Dynamics

Speaker Julia Moriarty U.S. Geological Survey, Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center
09/27/2018

Smart Stormwater Management for Improved Flood Resilience in Coastal Cities

Speaker Jonathan Goodall Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Virginia
09/16/2018

Building Resilient Communities Amid Costly Storms

HURRICANE FLORENCE is just the latest in a long series of storms that have caused significant damage to homes and businesses in the United States because […]
08/30/2018

Rising Seas: Park Managers Are Taking Heed

National parks on the North Carolina coast are some of the most threatened by rising seas in the nation, but in the context of wildfires, droughts, […]
07/27/2018

Sea Levels are Rising and Home Values are Dropping

The nonprofit studied five coastal states – Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, and Virginia – between 2005 and 2017. Now, the scientists claim people lost […]
06/23/2018

ODU, MIT Solve and RISE Co-Host Workshop

Regional entrepreneurs used business solutions to tackle resilience challenges faced by coastal communities during a recent Solveathon held at the Slover Library in Norfolk.
12/13/2017

Community Invited to Discuss King Tide Event

On Dec. 13, Old Dominion’s Commonwealth Center for Recurrent Flooding Resiliency will host researchers and community members at the University to discuss flood data collected during […]
12/13/2017

Community Discussion: Catch the King Tide

The crowdsourced data collected during the “Catch the King Tide” project is being put to good use, as participants found out during a reflection event Dec. […]
12/06/2017

ODU Sea Level Rise Initiative

Old Dominion University’s years-long efforts to address recurrent flooding threats from a combination of sea level rise and land subsidence were featured in an interactive news […]