NJ announces climate change mapping website

Newsworks: Rutgers scientists and data managers announced a new climate change mapping website for New Jersey this week. NJADAPT.org contains interactive maps that allow community planners to see how infrastructure, population and the environment are vulnerable to storm surges, coastal flooding, and sea level rise. "We heard from a number of people who are doing community-based work that they're interested in certain assets or certain infrastructure within their communities," said Jennifer Rovito, a Rutgers......

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