Presentations

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: The first few meters: How compaction of uppermost Holocene sections can lead to elevated rates of land loss in certain deltaic regions. Timothy Dixon, University of South Florida

Co-evolution of wetland landscapes, flooding and human settlement in the Mississippi River Deltaic Plain: An Update. Robert Twilley, Louisiana Sea Grant College Program and University of Louisiana

What geologic processes could influence vertical land motions. D. Sarah Stamps, Virginia Tech

A review of vertical land motion caused by fluid withdrawals in the eastern US and beyond. Kurt McCoy, Virginia-West Virginia U.S. Geological Survey Water Science Center. Andrew Staley, Maryland Geological Survey

Vertical land motion considerations in environmental monitoring. Linda Blum, University of Virginia

Get it out there –how to communicate your work through traditional methods and digital platforms. Lisa Tossey, Maryland Sea Grant

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Vertical land motion monitoring methods and October 2019 Chesapeake Bay subsidence surveys. Russ Lotspeich, Virginia-West Virginia USGS Water Science

NISAR and applications of SAR interferometry

Vertical land movement estimated in the Harris-Gavelston, Texas region: A case study of using GNSS-derived ellipsoid heights to measure crustal movement. David B. Zilkoski, Geospatial Solutions by DBZ

Groundwater management and regulation in coastal Virginia. Scott Kudlas, Office of Water Supply, Virginia Department of Environmental Quality

Salt marsh restoration for coastal resilience in an era of accelerated SLR. Carolyn Currin, NOAA NOS National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science