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Issue theme is: "Making Connections: As the Climate Changes, People and Nature Intertwine in New Ways." Articles include: "As More Roads Become Rivers, Communities Search for Solutions;" "Solving an Engineering Conundrum: As Coastal Homes Get Elevated, New Research Looks at Whether Vulnerability to Wind Damage Is Increasing;" "Along the Coast, Residents Consider How to Heed Sandy's Warning of What's to Come;" "All Rivers, All Lives Run to the Sea," about the intersection of waterways and the world of nature writer Edwin Way Teale; and "Crosscurrents: Connecticut Sea Grant's Retrospective Exhibition Makes Waves," about reaching new audiences and building bridges with marine-themed art.
Balcom, Nancy; Ebbin, Syma; Gregorio, David; Telford, Richard; and Benson, Judy, "Wrack Lines Volume 19, Number 1, Spring/Summer 2019" (2019). Wrack Lines. 107.
WL.SS19.table.of.contents.pdf (199 kB)
Table of contents
WL.SS19.AS.ROADS.BECOME.RIVERS.pdf (1011 kB)
As roads become rivers, communities search for solutions
WL.SS19.OUT.OF.WATER.INTO.WIND.pdf (1256 kB)
Solving an engineering conundrum: as coastal homes get elevated, new research looks at whether the vulnerability to wind damage is increasing
WL.SS19.SANDY'S.WARNING.pdf (682 kB)
Along the coast, residents consider how to heed Sandy's warning of what's to come
WL.SS19.ALL.RIVERS.ALL.LIVES.pdf (1024 kB)
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