CBNERR Coastal Training Program

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    Perennial Steam ID  Out in the field for a CTP Perennial Stream Identification course, September 2019.  C. Gonzalez, CBNERR
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    Wetland Delineation  Out in the field for a CTP Wetland Delineation course, June 2019.  C. Gonzalez, CBNERR
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    Perennial Streams ID  In the lab as part of a CTP Perennial Streams course, October 2019.  C. Gonzalez, CBNERR
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    Social Science Basics  Learning Social Science Basics in a workshop with NOAA, December 2019.  C. Gonzalez, CBNERR
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    Watershed Work  Mapping mental models with the York River and Small Coastal Basin Roundtable, December 2019.  C. Gonzalez, CBNERR
  • AWRA Savage Neck Dunes Field Trip
    AWRA Savage Neck Dunes Field Trip  Field trip participants travel to Savage Neck Dunes on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.  Sandra Erdle
  • SFPM Training onboard the Pelican
    SFPM Training onboard the Pelican  Attendees of the State Floodplain Manager's Meeting receive background information onboard the RV Pelican.   Sandra Erdle
  • SFPM Field Trip
    SFPM Field Trip  John Brubaker and Todd Nelson, VIMS, show the group equipment during a State Flood Plain Manager's field trip.  Sandra Erdle
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Through stakeholder engagement, facilitated collaboration and experiential education, CBNERR’s Coastal Training Program (CTP) works with coastal decision makers to foster science-based and community-supported resource management and socio-ecological system resilience.  To address critical coastal issues and make training opportunities available, CBNERR identifies and collaborates with local partners and effectively applies its own quality, unbiased and place-based research.

Contact: Cirse Gonzalez at 804.684.7144 or cagonzalez@vims.edu.