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25th Anniversary Symposium - A Great Success!
Friday, March 18
Wylie Center, Endicott College, Beverly
Saturday March 19
Marsh Hall Conference Center, Salem State University


Finding Solutions to Our Coastal Challenges

Welcome + Intro to SSCW - 25 years
Dr. Alan Young, Salem Sound Coastwatch President & SSU Biology

PDFS of Friday's presentations - coastal resiliency case studies:

Dr. Ellen Douglas, Associate Professor of Hydrology at UMass Boston, gave a keynote talk that set the stage for how important planning is for climate induced flooding by providing an overview of work she has done with Mass DOT on the Central Artery Tunnel.

Fred Merrill, Prinicpal, Sasaki consulting with the City of Peabody
Creating a Vision for the Downtown Peabody North River Corridor

Janet Moonan, P.E., Project Engineer, Tighe & Bond
A Community Plans for Coastal Resilience, Manchester-by-the-Sea

David Knowlton , P.E., Salem City Engineer
A 21st Century Approach to Stormwater-Commercial & Canal Streets

Barbara Warren, Salem Sound Coastwatch Executive Director
Creating Living Shorelines-Using Natural Solutions to Build Resilience

Bob Boeri, MA Office of Coastal Zone Management
Dredging-Keeping Navigational Channels Open

PDFs for Saturday's session. Thank you to Salem's Mayor Kimberly Driscoll for an inspiring keynote talk.

Rebecca Dupont-Coutu, Senior Project Scientist New England Civil Engineering
Sleuthing for Toilets that Flush into the Sound-Removing Illicit Connections

Bion Pike, Manchester Harbormaster
How Moorings Can Protect Eelgrass and Boats?

Dr. Gregg Moore, Associate Research Professor, UNH
What Salt Marsh Changes Should We Expect with Rising Sea Levels?

Barbara Warren, Salem Sound Coastwatch Executive Director
Eyes of the Coast-25 Years of Monitoring

Emily Flaherty, Salem Sound Coastwarch Ocean Literacy Coordinator

School to Sea Prezi


A special thanks to everyone who helped and attended.


Symposium sponsors: