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Environmental Sensors and Decision Support Tools

Sensors are the foundation of our work and critical to helping communities better understand and respond to extreme weather events. We are deploying a network of advanced sensors to monitor environmental conditions in real-time, and integrating this data into advanced earth system models and user-friendly digital dashboards for local stakeholders. By providing access to timely, localized observations and decision-support capabilities, we aim to empower communities to take proactive, evidence-based action to protect vulnerable populations and critical infrastructure from the impacts of climate change.


Deploy a comprehensive network of advanced environmental sensors throughout the Georgia coast to track key climate indicators like water level, air quality, and other environmental phenomena in real-time.

Integrate data from our water level sensors into hydrodynamic models to predict flooding at a hyper-local level and aid in emergency planning and response.

Develop user-friendly digital dashboards and web tools to support evidence-based resilience planning and informed decision-making, and provide technical assistance to help community leaders effectively utilize these tools.



We're in the process of adding projects to our website that showcase our work across the coast. Check back soon!
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Smart Sea Level Sensors
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