Sustainable Adaptive Gradients in the coastal Environment (SAGE)
This page is for information sharing regarding resilient coastal infrastructure, a US National Science Foundation funded project hosted at the University of Massachusetts.
NSF Research Collaboration Network (RCN): Science, Engineering and Education for Sustainability (SEES)
Project title: Sustainable Adaptive Gradients in the Coastal Environment (SAGE): Reconceptualizing the Role of Infrastructure in Resilience
NSF PIs and Co-PIs: Elisabeth Hamin (UMass Amherst, Regional Planning). Co-PIs: Don DeGroot (UMass Amherst, CEE), Melissa Kenney (Univ of Maryland, Decision Science), Thomas Sheahan (Northeastern, CEE).
Steering Committee: David Dodman (International Institute for Environment and Development, Governance & Equity), Fernando Gilbes (Univ. of Puerto Rico, Geology), Tania del Mar Lopez-Morrero (Rutgers, Geography), Brian McAdoo (Yale-NUS College, Earth Sci.), Farrokh Nadim (NGI/ICG Oslo, Geohazards), Leonard Nurse (U. of West Indies, Coastal Hazards), Roger Pulwarty (NOAA, Climatology).
Award Number: ICER-1338767
Project period: January 1, 2014 to December 31, 2018