Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 11:45 a.m. - 5 p.m. CDT
Location: Mobile Workshop Departure Area
Activity Type: Mobile Workshops
Activity ID: NPC180042
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
- About the purpose and activities of the Water Campus.
- How this physical model of the Lower Mississippi River Basin can test sediment flows, distribution, and land building.
- How the LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio project is improving the understanding of inland-coastal environmental conditions and helping develop best practices for reducing risk and increasing adaptive capacity.
MORE SESSION DETAILS
The Water Campus in Baton Rouge is being developed for research, academic functions, education, and offices. Staff will carry out their work in a collaborative environment, studying coastal threats, formulating theories, and working collaboratively to arrive at solutions that might not be found working alone. The campus includes a 10,000-square- foot physical model of the Lower Mississippi River Basin. Join representatives of the LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio to learn about this project, which seeks to improve understanding of inland-coastal environmental conditions and help planners develop best practices for reducing risk and increasing adaptive capacity. Workshop includes a stop at the Tin Roof Brewing Company.