NEW JERSEY ASSOCIATION

FOR FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT

Reducing Coastal Flood Risk: Making Use of Updated Flood Hazard Information

  • Wednesday, December 04, 2013
  • 10:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve Training Center
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Join us for the upcoming ‘REDUCING COASTAL FLOOD RISK: MAKING USE OF THE UPDATED FLOOD HAZARD INFORMATION’' Training Session presented by Daniel A. Barone, Richard Stockton College of NJ, Coastal Research Center


When: Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at 10:00 AM
Where: Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve Coastal Training Center, 130 Great Bay Blvd, Tuckerton NJ 08087. 


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Webinar option also available.


Co-Sponsored by FEMA, NJDEP, Jacques Cousteau NERR and NJAFM

Course Purpose: Provide information to coastal floodplain managers, municipal staff, and coastal stakeholders on:

-       Post Hurricane Sandy Update

-       Understanding Coastal Flood Zone Areas (Zone VE)

-       Reducing Coastal Flood Risks

-       Available Flood Risk Tools and How to Utilize Them to Take Mitigation Actions


Registration and Fees: This training is FREE however it is "limited access" with only 50 seats available for in-person attendance. There will also be the option to attend via webinar. Pre-registration is also required for the webinar. Additional information on the webinar, including the call-in number will be emailed out to all pre-registered attendees.


Registered participants will earn CFM continuing education credits:

  • 2 hr (in-person)
  • 1 hr (on-line)

Note: Both NJAFM Members and Invited Guests are required to register online at www.NJAFM.org for both in-person and webinar attendance to ensure an accurate head count. If you are not an NJAFM member, please consider becoming a member for future free training opportunities.


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