California Shore and Beach Preservation Association

 

2009  Workshop:
Recent Advances In Coastal Analyses and Management Affecting California

California Shore and Beach Preservation Association

June 25-26, 2009
Pacifica, California


Bounty Room at the
Best Western Lighthouse Hotel

105 Rockaway Beach Avenue,
Pacifica, California 94044
(800) 832-4777 (650) 355-6300

Map of Conference Location on Mapquest

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Program Schedule




 

June 25, 2009 9:00 am – 5:00 pm – Technical Program

Registration and Coffee 8:00 am
Lunch - approximately 12:00 to 1:00 (box lunch included)
Reception and Cash Bar - 5:00 to 6:30

 

Keynote: California Coastal Geology – Sam Johnson, United States Geological Survey (USGS)

Sea Level Rise and Climate Modeling: Results of 2008 Research - Reinhard E. Flick, California Boating and Waterways & Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Measured Sea Level Rise on the Central California Coast  - Francisco Chavez,  Monterey Bay Aquarium Research institute, Central and Northern California Ocean Observation System

Rip Currents -Swim Parallel?– – Jenna Brown, Jaime MacMahan,  Naval Postgraduate School

Ecological Recovery of Disturbed Beach ecosystems: Paradigms and Experiments – Jenifer Dugan, Marine Science Institute, U.C. Santa Barbara

Initial Impact of Sea Level Rise  to the California Coast - David Revell, PWA

Economics of the California Coast – Phil King, San Francisco State University

Coastal Data Information Program - Monitoring and Prediction of Waves and Beaches  – Julie Thomas and William O’Reilly, Coastal Data Information Program

Sand Mining in San Francisco Bay – Brenda  Goeden, San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC)

California Sand Retention Structures, Existing and Future PotentialNicole  Kinsman, UC Santa Cruz

Seacliff Erosion in San Diego: Past, Present, and Future – Adam Young, Scripps Institution of Oceanography

New State-wide Tsunami Inundation Maps for Emergency Response- – Rick Wilson, California Geological Survey

June 26, 2009 9:00 am – 12:00 am Panel Discussion and Workshop

Registration and Coffee – 8:00 am

 

COMMUNITY PLANNING FOR SEA LEVEL RISE: Discussion of actions that communities can take to address sustainability and adaptation to sea level rise.

California Coastal Commission - Charles Lester, Deputy Director

 

California Ocean Protection Council – Abe Doherty, Climate Change Coordinator

 

California Business,Transportation & Housing Agency  -   R. Gregg Albright,

Deputy Secretary for Environmental Policy & Integration

 

City of Santa Cruz – Ross Clark, Climate Action Coordinator

 

US Army Corps of Engineers, Flood Risk Program – Edwin S. (Stu) Townsley, Program Manager

 

Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary -  Kelly Higgason, Ocean Climate Initiative Coordinator

San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission -  Brenda Goeden

 

 

Registration

Includes full conference program for day(s) indicated, box lunch, and coffee breaks.


Free parking at hotel.


Email inquiries and confirm attendance to RSVP@pwa-ltd.com.

Payment can be in advance (preferred) or at the door.
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General Admission

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$100

Both Days: Technical Program and Workshop 

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$40

Workshop only

Students

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$50

Both Days: Technical Program and Workshop 

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$20

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CSBPA

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PWA
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