The Southeastern Wisconsin Coastal Resilience project will develop a suite of resilience resources to support local capacity to plan and prepare for coastal hazards. In addition, we will also highlight relevant existing resources that may be of use in coastal resilience planning.
Education and Guidance on Resilient Practices
To provide education on resilient practices that can reduce the risk posed by coastal hazards, we will produce four guidance products.
- Property Owner’s Guide to Protecting Your Bluff
- Nature-Based Shorelines for Wisconsin’s Great Lakes Coast Booklet
- Small Harbor and Marina Infrastructure and Dredging Cost Evaluation Matrix
- Resilient Beach Practices Guide
For more details and links to existing related resources, see the Education and Guidance on Resilient Practices page.
Assess and Map Shoreline Change
To provide updated predictions of potential shoreline recession rates in southeastern Wisconsin, we will analyze historic data and employ models to assess a range of shoreline change scenarios for the region in response to natural processes and human actions on the shore. This information will be made available in a GIS-based visualization tool.
For more details and links to existing related resources, see the Assess and Map Shoreline Change page.
Planning and Policy
To support planning and policy efforts to address coastal hazards, we will develop an interactive map that provides quick access to local government information, maps, plans and ordinances related to coastal resilience. We will also create a Coastal Resilience Self-Assessment to help identify local coastal resilience planning opportunities.
For more details and links to existing related resources, see the Planning and Policy page.