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Spring 2020 CCPO and ODU-ICAR Seminar Series 3:30 PM
Spring 2020 CCPO and ODU-ICAR Seminar Series @ Innovation Research Park #2
Apr 6 @ 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Spring 2020 CCPO and ODU-ICAR Seminar Series @ Innovation Research Park #2
The Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography (CCPO) and the ODU Institute for Coastal Adaptation & Resilience (ODU – ICAR) 2020 Spring Seminar Series. The speaker at […]
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Spring 2020 CCPO and ODU-ICAR Seminar Series 3:30 PM
Spring 2020 CCPO and ODU-ICAR Seminar Series @ Innovation Research Park #2
Apr 13 @ 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Spring 2020 CCPO and ODU-ICAR Seminar Series @ Innovation Research Park #2
The Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography (CCPO) and the ODU Institute for Coastal Adaptation & Resilience (ODU – ICAR) 2020 Spring Seminar Series. The speaker at […]
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Events

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Spring 2020 CCPO and ODU-ICAR Seminar Series @ Innovation Research Park #2
Apr 6 @ 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

The Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography (CCPO) and the ODU Institute for Coastal Adaptation & Resilience (ODU – ICAR) 2020 Spring Seminar Series.

The speaker at this seminar will be Praveen Kumar [CCPO].

Web streaming can be accessed directly by Clicking Here

Please see below for the full list of the Spring 2020 CCPO and ODU- ICAR Seminar Series.

A reception and networking begins at 3 p.m., with the lecture at 3:30 p.m. in the Conference Center on the first floor of the Innovation Research Park Building II.

Apr
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Spring 2020 CCPO and ODU-ICAR Seminar Series @ Innovation Research Park #2
Apr 13 @ 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

The Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography (CCPO) and the ODU Institute for Coastal Adaptation & Resilience (ODU – ICAR) 2020 Spring Seminar Series.

The speaker at this seminar will be Ray Toll [ODU/OCEANS’22].

Web streaming can be accessed directly by Clicking Here

Please see below for the full list of the Spring 2020 CCPO and ODU- ICAR Seminar Series.

A reception and networking begins at 3 p.m., with the lecture at 3:30 p.m. in the Conference Center on the first floor of the Innovation Research Park Building II.

Apr
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Earth Day – ODU-ICAR Engagement Event
Apr 22 all-day
May
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Hampton Roads TechSurge @ Ted Constant Convocation Center
May 14 – May 15 all-day

Mark your calendars and join the Marine Technology Society Hampton Roads Section and Old Dominion University, for the Resilient Coasts: Adapting Today to Secure Tomorrow TechSurge.

Marine Technology Society (MTS) TechSurge events, held in a variety of locations, are focused around areas of special interest to the marine technology community.

A stimulating, two-day event to include keynote presentations, panel discussions and invigorating technical and practical discourse to accelerate the innovation of products and solutions needed to mitigate and adapt to sea level rise, the effects of severe weather events, and increased flooding frequency on Federal, state, and local infrastructure, and lands.

Click Here to Register!

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NSF CoPe: A Transdisciplinary Workshop on Recurrent Flooding Impacts and Solutions @ Slover Library, Community Engagement Room #650
Jun 9 @ 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

NSF CoPe Conference: Identification and Prioritization of Recurrent Flooding Research Foci Workshop: A Synergistic Approach

Recurrent flooding, which is flooding that occurs repeatedly related to precipitation events, high tides and storm surge, is increasing in coastal areas. Although characterized as a temporary nuisance it may result in cumulative local economic losses to both residents and businesses. This project will conduct a workshop which will identify research questions related to the impact of and responses to recurrent flooding in a coastal region. The workshop is designed to broaden participation across sectors, to include community stakeholders, researchers, decision makers, and practitioners, and will allow for new and diverse perspectives and co-production of knowledge that can advance awareness of existing adaptation behaviors, potential adaptive response strategies, and real-world constraints faced by vulnerable populations and communities. By 2020 it is estimated that 47 percent of the United States population will be living along coastlines, this workshop will provide the main societal benefit of advancing inclusive, collaborative adaptation opportunities which are needed to advance the national health, prosperity and welfare.


The workshop focus is recurrent flooding, linking natural systems and population-based systems, in the Hampton Roads urban environment. The workshop approach is designed specifically to develop research questions within five themed-topic areas of manage coastal flooding, safeguard vulnerable populations, protect and sustain economic vitality, promote and enhance public health, and increase adaptive capacity, and frame these within the context of longer-term dynamics that facilitate the migration of human and economic activities away from risk. The 2 day workshop includes plenary and thematic information sessions, five thematic charrette sessions and a roundtable session, followed by a closed researcher work session for synthesis of research topics, which will result in a prescriptive-based white paper that identifies high priority research topics for coastal environments and natural hazards in populated coastal regions.

 

Conference Contacts:

Carol Considine, Assistant Dean & Associate Professor

 

Dr. Joshua G. Behr, Associate Research Professor

  • Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center (VMASC), Old Dominion University, 1030 University Blvd. Sufflok, VA 23435
  • 757-638-6564

  • jbehr@odu.edu

 

H. Rodger Harvey, Professor