Now in My Back Yard - Rising Sea Level on the Florida Gulf Coast and What Can Be Done About It (Morning GIS session)

APA Florida Chapter, Promised Lands Section

#9116200

Friday, January 13, 2017
10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. EST

Captiva Island, FL, United States

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Overview

Now in My Back Yard

 

Rising Sea Level on the Florida Gulf Coast and What Can Be Done About It - Part 1 is in the morning. 

A GIS Toolbox for Land Use Professionals and Citizens

 

Daniel Trescott and Christine Shepard will be headlining our morning session (“A GIS Toolbox for Design Professionals”) 

 

How to Use the Statewide Regional Evacuation Study to Project Evacuation Times and Evaluate Proposed Development—Daniel Trescott, Proprietor ; Trescott Planning Solutions, Fort Myers; former Planning Manager in charge of Development of Regional Impact Coordination and Hurricane Preparedness Planning , Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council (SWFRPC)

 

The Coastal Resilience On-Line Software Package—Christine Shephard, Ph.D.; Director of Science; The Nature Conservancy Gulf of Mexico Program, Punta Gorda, Florida

Speakers

Dan Trescott

Daniel Trescott, Proprietor ; Trescott Planning Solutions, Fort Myers; former Planning Manager in charge of Development of Regional Impact Coordination and Hurricane Preparedness Planning , Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council (SWFRPC) Trescott Planning Solutions was started in August 2012. Daniel started his distinguished planning career in 1980 after completing a Master’s ... Read More

Christine Shaphard

Christine Shephard, Ph.D.; Director of Science; The Nature Conservancy Gulf of Mexico Program, Punta Gorda, Florida Christine’s primary research focuses on assessing coastal hazards risk, quantifying the role coastal habitats play in reducing risk, and identifying where ecosystem-based approaches such as conservation or restoration are likely to be ... Read More

Contact Info

Max Forgey, max@zoningtechnologies.com