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Dr Samantha Cope, Havant Borough Council

Events

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Sediment Renourishment, February 2013

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OTHER WORKSHOPS & TRAINING

The SCOPAC “Adapting to Coastal Change Along England’s Southern Shorelines (ACCESS)” launch was held at the National Oceanography Centre on the 18th November.  

The morning event was attended by approximately 60 delegates comprising engineers, coastal scientists, planners, consultants and councillors.

The following summarises the agenda and talks from the day. Cllr Roger Elkins (Chairman of SCOPAC) opened and closed the day’s proceedings.

All presentations download as a PowerPoint file:

ACCESS Project Launch, November 2011

SESSION 1: Hazard & adaptation across the SCOPAC coastline



Professor Robin McInnes - Introduction, who's been involved in the project, rationale of the project, what is adaptation?

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Dr Samantha Cope - Introduction to "hotspots" and case studies

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Professor Roger Moore - Case studies: Barrier beaches, spits and fringing barriers at risk of breaching and erosion (Chesil beach, Hurst Spit, Worthing, Eastoke); lowland at risk of erosion and flooding (Poole Harbour); salmarshes at risk of erosion (Langstone Harbour and Lymington); sand dunes (Studland) at risk of erosion.

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SESSION 2: Predicting erosion and valuing assets at risk



Professor Roger Moore – Introduction to NCERM

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Dr Samantha Cope – Comparison of methods for predicting erosion at national and regional level; determining properties at risk at SMP2 and Strategy level; valuing properties at risk at SMP2 and Strategy level

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Professor Roger Moore – NCERM outputs

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Professor Andy Bradbury – Conclusions and recommendations, the way ahead

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The ACCESS project report is freely available to download (pdf, 5.5Mb).

To request a hard copy please email sam.cope@havant.gov.uk

Download the report (pdf, 5.5Mb)