The Delaware Geological Survey released a new Report of Investigations Number 83 titled “Evaluating Impacts of Sea-Level Rise on Groundwater Resources in The Delaware Coastal Plain” which was prepared by Changming He and Thomas E. McKenna of the Survey. DGS RI No.
DELAWARE BAY, Del.- Today the United States Geological Survey (USGS) launched a demonstration of what will be a study over the next few days of the Delaware Bay using a helicopter carrying an electromagnetic sensor.
WOODBINE, NJ – Starting around July 8 and lasting up to a month, a helicopter towing a large hoop from a cable will begin making low-level flights over Delaware Bay and nearby regions in Delaware and New Jersey as part of the U.S.
DGS staff members Scott Andres and John Callahan are participating in the College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment’s summer lecture series “Coastal Currents”. Andres presented “Treated wastewater and stormwater disposal in Delaware“ on August 12th.
State and local officials are rejecting a new report that says coastal states including Delaware need to spend billions of dollars on thousands of miles of sea walls to defend themselves against projected sea-level rise by 2040.