As coastal regions face increasing challenges from sea level rise, more frequent and intense storms, groundwater pollution and more, scientists and policy makers need to understand how the environment is changing and what people can do about it. Dr. Holly Michael, Project WICCED Co-Pi and Research Lead and Dr. Leah Palm-Forster, Research Lead Social Dimensions and S1: Behavior, share some of what they and colleagues have learned as part of a multi-year effort to learn how these environmental changes could affect the security of water supply, in both its quality and quantity. Click on link to view the presentation on Youtube.
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