|Title||Climate Change Engineering Vulnerability Assessment of Three British Columbia Highway Segments: Highway 20 in the Bella Coola Region; Highway 37A in the Stewart Region; Highway 97 in the Pine Pass
|Author||Nodelcorp; Government of British Columbia; Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium|
|Source|| 2016, 95 pages Open Access|
|Links||Online - En
|Media||paper; digital; on-line|
|Subjects||Nature and Environment; Science and Technology; Transport; coastal environment; climate effects; PIEVC Engineering Protocol for Infrastructure Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation to a Changing
Climate; Coastal management; Climate change; Climate change adaptation; Engineering; Road networks; Road transport|
|Program||Climate Change Impacts and
|Program||Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Climate Change Adaptation Program|
|Released||2016 01 01|
|Summary||(Plain Language Summary, not published)|
This report details the findings of climate change risk assessments of three highway segments in B.C. that used the PIEVC Engineering Protocol for
Infrastructure Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation to a Changing Climate. This information will be of interest to practitioners and decision-makers conducting similar assessments.
Targeted coastal risk assessments.