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An aerial view of the N.C. coast. Photo by NOAA Beaufort Lab

ABOUT

The NC Sentinel Site Cooperative (NCSSC) is one of five cooperatives in the NOAA Sentinel Site Program. The NCSSC was established in 2012 to leverage resources and provide information related to the potential impacts of sea level rise on coastal habitats and communities in eastern North Carolina.

In 2018, the NCSSC expanded to include the 20 counties designated by the N.C. Coastal Area Management Act, plus Jones and Martin counties.

A map of the North Carolina Sentinel Site Cooperative, which includes the 20 counties designated by the N.C. Coastal Area Management Act, plus Jones and Martin counties.

Map by Sarah Spiegler/NCSSC and Teri Dane/NCDMF

NCSSC partners work collaboratively across disciplines to share research, monitoring and other information that address resilience to flooding, inundation and sea level rise.

The NCSSC hosts trainings, workshops and partner meetings; conducts outreach and facilitates communication among stakeholders; and builds a network of partners in coastal North Carolina.

Please contact NCSSC coordinator Sarah Spiegler with questions.

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