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          Flood Risk

          Communities along the coast are vulnerable to the impacts of climate change and will be affected by sea level rise over the next century. Using lidar to chart coastline elevations, the Applied Geomatics Research Group creates maps overlaid with sea level rise projections, high tides, and storm surge numbers to show where flooding will occur. Read more about flood risk »

          Modelling Contaminants in the Coastal Zone

          The nearshore coastal zone of Nova Scotia is an important area to many industries in the province, including both sea-based and land-based aquaculture companies. Research on water quality is undertaken in order to investigate the sources and circulation of bacterial contamination that can affect both commercial and recreational users of Nova Scotia’s coasts. Read more about contaminants in the coastal zone »

          Topo-bathymetric Lidar

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          To view project reports from before 2016 please contact AGRG Research Scientist, Dr. Tim Webster, at

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