The North Atlantic Coast Comprehensive Study and the US Army Corps of Engineers Sandy Recovery Program

@inproceedings{Henn2016TheNA,
  title={The North Atlantic Coast Comprehensive Study and the US Army Corps of Engineers Sandy Recovery Program},
  author={Roselle E. Henn and Joseph Vietri and David J. Leach},
  year={2016}
}
The Disaster Relief Appropriation Act of 2013 (P.L. 113-2) recognized the need to comprehensively evaluate the existing and planned measures to reduce the flooding risk from tidally-influenced storm surges as well as other alternatives for areas at risk to future storm damages. The legislation directed the US Army Corps of Engineers to undertake a Comprehensive Study of the Sandy impacted areas in the North Atlantic Division (Maine to Virginia). This paper reviews the findings and outcomes of… 

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