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TitlePréparation en vue des ondes de tempête à annapolis Royal, en Nouvelle Écosse
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LicencePlease note the adoption of the Open Government Licence - Canada supersedes any previous licences.
AuthorRichardson, G R A; Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Division
SourceClimate Change Adaptation Program, Community Adaptation Case Studies 2010 p. 30-31 (Open Access)
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Year2010
PublisherNatural Resources Canada
Documentserial
Lang.French
Mediapaper; on-line; digital
RelatedThis publication is a translation of Richardson, G R A; Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Division; (2010). Preparing for storm surges in Annapolis royal, Nova Scotia, Climate Change Adaptation Program, Community Adaptation Case Studies
File formatpdf
ProvinceNova Scotia
NTS21A/11; 21A/14
AreaAnnapolis Royal
Lat/Long WENS -65.5000 -65.0000 45.0000 44.5000
Subjectsenvironmental geology; Government and Politics; Health and Safety; Nature and Environment; Science and Technology; Education and Training; climate effects; climate; planning; resource management; storms; models; energy conservation; floods; flood potential; storms; sea level changes; erosion; climate change; environmental hazards; weather; environmental adaptation; planning; integrated management
Illustrationsphotographs; location maps
ProgramClimate Change Impacts and Adaptation Program, Building Regional Adaptation Capacity and Expertise (BRACE) Program
Released2010 01 01; 2020 11 13
Summary(Plain Language Summary, not published)
This case study describes efforts to prepare for storm surges in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. A citizens-based group (The Clean Annapolis River Project) , undertook the Tidal Surge Project in 1998 to identify and gather information on potential threats, including floods during times of extreme tides and storm surges, so the community could put appropriate emergency-response plans and procedures in place. This project led to an important spinoff in 2005, where scientists from Applied Geomatics Research Group set out to develop high-resolution maps that more accurately visualize future flooding scenarios. This demonstrates how communities can reduce the uncertainty of climate change effects and find ways to adapt.
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