National Coastal Protection Conference Heading for South Carolina PR Newswire MYRTLE BEACH, S.C., July 18, 2013 MYRTLE BEACH, S.C., July 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- With the impacts of rising sea levels increasingly upon us and the need for effective action at hand, authorities from around the country will meet in Myrtle Beach this August for a highly focused symposium on protecting our shoreline infrastructure from the potential devastation of the rising tides. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130529/LA22573LOGO) Procedures for evaluating sea level change, the unforeseen consequences of coastal flooding, community resilience, impact assessment, response and adaption strategies, new mapping tools and techniques for visualizing sea level rise, handling extreme storm surges, and low-cost retrofitting to facilitate flood protection will be among the topics covered. Facing the Rising Tide: Coastal Protection Symposium will be co-located with StormCon, The Stormwater Pollution Prevention Conference. StormCon brings together the leading experts on storm- and surface-water quality to explore the newest water pollution prevention and mitigation technologies. Information and registration forms are available at http://www.stormcon.com/coastal_protection_symposium.html. Participants will be key personnel from potentially impacted communities and organizations including Charleston, Baltimore, Savannah, Boca Raton, Norfolk, San Diego, Vancouver, New York, Huntington Beach, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, the San Francisco Bay area, Portland, Seattle, and Anchorage. Organizations participating include the NOAA, US Army Corps of Engineers, Texas Tech, Boeing, Waste Management, Home Depot, Coastal Carolina University, UC Davis, URS Corp., Brown & Caldwell, CDM, Kennedy/Jenks, and many others. Facing The Rising Tide: Coastal Protection Symposium covers eight separate sessions. The multi-track curriculum of StormCon features more than 120 educational sessions presented by the nation's leading stormwater experts and covers a range of material focusing on BMP case studies, green infrastructure, LID, stormwater program management, NPDES, water-quality monitoring, industrial stormwater management, erosion and sediment control, and advanced research topics. Nearly 200 vendors and service providers will exhibit stormwater-related products and equipment, the world's largest tradeshow of its kind. Join us! View the program and register today at www.StormCon.com. About Forester Media Forester produces The Coastal Protection Symposium® and StormCon® and publishes books and award-winning trade magazines, including Stormwater and Erosion Control. Forester University offers continuing education and professional development live webinars, on-demand webcasts, and self-paced study for industry professionals. Visit www.forester.net for more information. CONTACT: Scott Nania 805-682-1300 x136 email@example.com SOURCE StormCon Website: http://www.stormcon.com
National Coastal Protection Conference Heading for South Carolina
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