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Coastal Management - Sea-Level Rise Study Update

Coastal Management

Sea-Level Rise Study Update

The Coastal Resources Commission's Science Panel is working to update its 2010 report on sea-level rise in North Carolina, as required by Session Law 2012-202. The CRC’s charge to the panel is to conduct “a comprehensive review of scientific literature and available North Carolina data that addresses the full range of global, regional and North Carolina specific sea-level change.” The CRC further directed the panel to limit the scope of the study to a 30-year rolling time table, to be updated every five years.

The panel’s draft report is scheduled to be completed by Dec. 31, 2014, and will be forwarded to a technical peer review group for comment. The draft report and all comments will be submitted to the CRC and released for public comment by Mar. 31, 2015.

Following an extended public comment period, the report will be finalized in early 2016 and delivered to the N.C. General Assembly by Mar. 1, 2016. 

Science Panel Meetings

Public Comments Received (as of Aug. 21)

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