19th Symposium on the Coastal Environment

Abstract Information

Abstracts are due by 24 August 2020 at 11:59 PM EST

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Abstract Fee and Author Instructions

Call for Papers

•    Coupled Coastal Flood Modeling for the Consumer Option for an Alternative System To Allocate Losses (COASTAL) Act 
•    Hydrologic and coastal flood impacts of severe weather
•    Coastal hazard assessment and prediction
•    Collection and application of novel observations in the coastal environment
•    Precision Navigation: Increasing the safety and efficiency of U.S. seaports by providing mariners with integrated and accessible data and information
•    Coupled Coastal Flood Modeling for the Consumer Option for an Alternative System To Allocate Losses (COASTAL) Act
•    Urban Modeling and Applications to Coastal Urban Environment
 

Joint Sessions

  • Climate change and extreme weather events in the coastal zone: the role of ocean-atmosphere-land interaction (Joint Session with Air-Sea Interaction)
  • Air-Sea Interaction in Coastal, Shallow, and Inland Waters (Joint Session with Air-Sea Interaction)
  • Applications of Artificial Intelligence to the Coastal Environment (Joint Session with Artificial Intelligence)
  • Urban Modeling and Applications to Coastal Urban Environment (Joint Session with Urban Environment)
  • Societal Advances in the Application of Coastal Hazard Science (Joint Session with Societal Applications)

Student Award Opportunities

The organizers of the 19th Symposium on the Coastal Environment are pleased to offer two travel grants ($400 each) to support student presenters’ attendance at the AMS annual meeting. Students who would like to be considered for the travel support should indicate so when submitting their abstract and will be asked to submit a short written justification declaring their financial need and circumstance, relevance of their research to the symposium, and how they will benefit from attending the conference.


Awards for the top two oral presentations will be given to student presenters at the 19th Symposium on the Coastal Environment. Students, if they wish to participate, should indicate their eligibility for a student award when they submit their abstracts. To be eligible, you must be currently enrolled as a student at a university, and you also must be the lead author and presenter of the work.

Conference Contacts

For additional information, please contact the program chair, Jesse Feyen (email: jesse.feyen@noaa.gov).