New York and Connecticut: visualizing coastal impacts, planning wisely for the future, and advancing adaptive responses today

Future Scenarios Map

Mapping the Problems and the Solutions

The Coastal Resilience mapping tool is a unique interactive decision support tool that explores future flooding scenarios caused by sea level rise and storm surge for Long Island and Connecticut coastal areas.

The aim of this web mapping tool is to provide communities with easy access to information for their planning, zoning, acquisition, and permitting decisions. The information is intended to inform decisions in coastal development and conservation and to maximize opportunities to meet multiple management objectives while minimizing adverse impacts to human and natural communities.

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