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TitleIdentification de solutions d'adaptation aux aléas côtiers pour augmenter la résilience des communautés des Premières Nations dans un contexte de changements climatiques : rapport final
AuthorBernatchez, P; Friesinger, S; Sauvé, P; Bandet, M; Caulet, C
Source 2021, 235 pages Open Access logo Open Access
LinksOnline - En ligne
LinksConseil tribal Mamuitun
PublisherLaboratoire de dynamique et de gestion intégrée des zones côtières, Université du Québec à Rimouski
Mediadigital; on-line
RelatedThis publication is related to the following publications
File formatpdf
NTS22C/15; 22J/01
AreaSt. Lawrence River; Betsiamites; Sept-Îles
Lat/Long WENS -69.0000 -68.5000 49.0000 48.7500
Lat/Long WENS -66.5000 -66.0000 50.2500 50.0000
SubjectsNature and Environment; Science and Technology; Health and Safety; coastal management; Climate change; Climate change adaptation; Infrastructures; cumulative effects
Illustrationstables; photographs; location maps; aerial photographs; plots; pie charts; sketch maps; time series; rose diagrams; bar graphs; satellite images; models; profiles; 3-D models; 3-D diagrams; flow diagrams; schematic representations; schematic cross-sections
ProgramClimate Change Impacts and Adaptation
ProgramClimate Change Impacts and Adaptation Climate Change Adaptation Program
Released2021 03 01
Summary(Plain Language Summary, not published)
This report describes the Pessamit and Uashat regions and presents the results of the coastal risk analysis conducted for each of the sites studied. To do so, a geomorphological, ecosystemic and social characterization of the coastal territory was carried out, followed by a mapping and an analysis of erosion and flooding risks. The report evaluates appropriate protective structures for each of the contexts according to the study regions and describes the results obtained by the protective structure identification algorithm and the multi-criteria analysis. Finally, based on all the results of the study, the report proposes adaptation solutions adapted to the context of the two communities in the sectors most at risk of erosion and flooding.

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