Flood Resilience: The Tybee Island Back River Study

Residents along Georgia’s coast are familiar with flooding, but the recent rise in sea levels means those floods have grown more frequent due to rising high tides, even on sunny days without rain.

Researchers from the University of Georgia’s Institute for Resilient Infrastructure Systems(IRIS) and River Basin Center (RBC) are working with the City of Tybee Island on the Tybee Island Back River Study to develop natural infrastructure solutions for flood-susceptible areas.

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