Sea Grant Focus Area: Resilient Communities and Economies
- Developing vibrant and resilient coastal economies.
- Facilitating community use of comprehensive planning tools to make informed strategic decisions.
- Supporting improvements in coastal water resources that sustain human health and ecosystem services.
- Helping to establish resilient coastal communities that can adapt to the impacts of hazards and climate change.
Delaware Sea Grant’s efforts will support and encourage vibrant and resilient coastal communities through research, extension, and education efforts that improve coastal community recognition of environmental and economic sustainability.
Investigator: Jeremy Firestone — University of Delaware
As offshore wind power plans continue to develop, with construction ‘on the horizon’, the public has had...More
Extending models of surface hydrodynamics in complex natural and modified tidal marsh environments (RCE-2)
Investigators: James Kirby and Fengyan Shi — University of Delaware
Delaware Sea Grant researchers are...More
Investigator: Sunny L. Jardine — University of Delaware
Current horseshoe crab management policies do not...More
Bioremediation of wastewater and industrial emissions by Heterosigma akashiwo for the production of biofuels at commercially relevant scales (RCE-4)
Investigators: Jennifer J. Stewart and Kathryn J. Coyne — University of Delaware
Development of a high water mark database and display system for coastal flooding events in Delaware (RCE-5)
Investigators: John A. Callahan — Delaware Geological Survey...More