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TitleChatham-Kent Lake Erie shoreline study
 
AuthorZuzek Inc.
Source 2020. Retrieved from [https://www.letstalkchatham-kent.ca/chatham-kent-lake-erie-shoreline-study] (2022 05 26) Open Access logo Open Access
LinksOnline - En ligne
LinksLet's Talk Chatham-Kent
LinksAdapting to the future storm and ice regime in the Great Lakes
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Year2020
PublisherLet's Talk Chatham-Kent
DocumentWeb site
Lang.English
Mediadigital; on-line
RelatedThis publication is related to the following publications
File formathtml; pdf
ProvinceOntario
NTS40I/05; 40I/11; 40I/12; 40I/13; 40I/14; 40J/01; 40J/08; 40J/09; 40J/16
AreaChatham-Kent; Lake Erie
Lat/Long WENS -82.5000 -81.2500 43.0000 42.0000
Subjectssurficial geology/geomorphology; Science and Technology; Nature and Environment; coastal management; Climate change; Climate change adaptation; Infrastructures; Innovation; Adaptation measures and options; cumulative effects
ProgramClimate Change Impacts and Adaptation
ProgramClimate Change Impacts and Adaptation Climate Change Adaptation Program
Released2020 01 01
AbstractThe study area stretches from Wheatley in the southwest to Clearville in the northeast and includes Rondeau Bay. This stretch of Lake Erie shoreline is approximately 90 km in length. A first for the Canadian Great Lakes region, this study explores the influence of climate change on future coastal hazards due to changes in storms and ice cover and the associated challenges for the coastal communities of Chatham-Kent. The Municipality with the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority and researchers from Zuzek Inc. and the University of Waterloo are collaborating on the study. Our goal is to increase the resilience of the Chatham-Kent community through the development of short- and long-term solutions to the existing coastal hazards and associated challenges.
Summary(Plain Language Summary, not published)
This website provides information on the Chatham-Kent Lake Erie Shoreline Study, lists the study partners and gives an overview of the goals of this study. The website also list the contact information to learn more about this study and a calendar of past public engagement sessions.
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