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Engineering with Nature for Climate Adaptation

Dr. Kelly Kibler, Associate Professor

University of Central Florida

Dr. Kelly Kibler discusses how she applies ecohydraulics research to the design of natural coastal infrastructure, such as mangrove forests and oyster reefs.

Recorded Webinar:

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[RESOURCE LIBRARY]  U.S. Army Corp of Engineers – Engineering With Nature
[RESOURCE LIBRARY]  Environmental Protection Agency – Green Infrastructure: Coastal Resiliency
[RESOURCE LIBRARY]  NOAA Office for Coastal Management – Digital Coast: Natural Infrastructure
[INTERACTIVE]  Esri – Building Green Infrastructure in the U.S. — A Framework for Sustainable Growth
[READING]  Frontiers for Young Minds – Working With Nature to Solve Societal Problems
[READING]  The Nature Conservancy – Coastal Resilience: Using nature-based solutions to protect Florida’s coasts

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Ocean Expert Exchange is a live educational webinar series featuring experts in marine science and technology, many of whom have participated in expeditions onboard R/V ANGARI. The 30-minute live events welcome audiences of all ages and include a presentation on the speaker’s area of expertise followed by Q&A with participants. The series is co-hosted by ANGARI Foundation and the University of Florida Thompson Earth Systems Institute’s Scientist in Every Florida School program.

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