A methodology for assessing the impact of sea level rise on representative military installations in the Southwestern United States (RC-1703)

U.S. Navy, Point Loma, CA
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Abstract

The objective of the project was to develop an analysis framework and methodologies for evaluation of coastal military installation vulnerabilities and test them under prescribed scenarios of increased local mean sea level over the next century. Methodologies were developed to assess the potential scope and magnitude of impacts from physical effects of flooding, inundation, erosion, seawater intrusion, and alteration of tidal flows. Assessment methodologies targeted potential vulnerabilities of buildings, civil infrastructure, training areas, and waterfront and coastal structures. The project focused on conditions in the southwestern United States and utilized the key coastal military installations at Naval Base Coronado and Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton to test the approach.

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Publication type Report
Publication Subtype Other Government Series
Title A methodology for assessing the impact of sea level rise on representative military installations in the Southwestern United States (RC-1703)
Year Published 2014
Language English
Publisher US DOD Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program
Contributing office(s) California Water Science Center
Description xxxv., 646 p.