March/April Newsletter Available
Coastal Hazard System Now Available
The Coastal Hazards System (CHS) is a coastal storm hazards data storage and mining system and is now available. It stores comprehensive, high-fidelity, numerical modeling storm-responses such as storm surge, water level, wave height, wave period, wave direction and current magnitude. Please click here for more information.
Request for Photos
We are looking for photos to include within the SACS report. Photos should capture the focus of SACS which is to provide a common understanding of risk from coastal storms and sea level rise to support resilient communities and habitats. We specifically are interested in photos that depict: property, assets, infrastructure, environmental resources and cultural resources in ocean-front, back bay and tidally influenced riverine settings during storm events or during non-storm events. If you have photos that you or your agency/association/associated group has rights to publish or that are public domain, please email SACS@usace.army.mil for further coordination.
Quarterly Progress Briefing
The most recent SACS quarterly progress briefing was held on April 22nd and covered the Environmental Resources Vulnerability and Risk Analysis, Priority Environmental Area Identification, and Environmental Analysis StoryMap. Slides from the presentation can be found here and a recording is available in the video playlist.
The SACS Geoportal is now live and available to explore here. Various SACS created datasets and web mapping applications are available for viewing.