Knowing how to mitigate these changes requires a deeper understanding of how the coastal ocean responds to global environmental changes and regional processes. This includes the ocean and the land, but also the in-between spaces, such as marshes and wetlands.

As the most highly instrumented state in the United States for collecting weather, climate and ocean remote sensing data, Delaware is an ideal place to study this problem.

Project WCCED data core faculty Dan Leathers and Pinki Mondal serve as co-investigators and EPSCoR Associate Director Amy Slocum directs project management and evaluation.

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