An Integrated Physical-Social-Community (PSC) Approach for Sustainable Shore Protection, Beach Integrity, and Bluff/Dune Stabilization Along Lake Michigan

Major Goals and Objectives

The overall goals of this project are to:

  • Better understand coastal processes in terms of nearshore hydrodynamics, sediment transport, and coastal morphology under changing climate forcing in Lake Michigan
  • Help effectively communicate to stakeholders, with the purpose of promoting sustainable shore protection, increasing the integrity of beaches; and stabilizing bluffs/dunes in Lake Michigan

 

Partnership

This project is jointly funded with Wisconsin Sea Grant (PI Chin Wu, University of Wisconsin Madison) and Michigan Sea Grant (PI Guy Meadows, Michigan Technological University). 

Research Information

Principal Investigator:
Cary Troy
Initiation Date:
2020
Affiliation:
Purdue University

Contacts

Cary Troy
troy@purdue.edu