Town of Edisto Beach flooding and sea level rise vulnerability assessment : 2021 report
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South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium
Gorstein, M. (Matthew)
SubjectFloods--South Carolina--Edisto Beach; Flood damage prevention--South Carolina--Edisto Beach; Sea level--South Carolina--Edisto Beach; Coastal zone management--South Carolina--Edisto Beach
Like all South Carolina coastal communities, the Town of Edisto Beach has experienced an increase in the frequency and severity of flooding from multiple sources since 2015. This report assesses the effects of flooding from all sources with regard to community disruption, municipal functionality, and cascading impacts, as well as assesses the Town of Edisto Beach’s vulnerability to sea level rise.
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