NHCI teams meet for 2022 all-hands meeting

From November 29 to December 1st, all ten teams from the NOPP Hurricane Coastal Impacts (NHCI) project gathered at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, for the 2022 all-hands meeting. While on campus, teams discussed 2022 accomplishments, planned for the 2023 hurricane season, and took the opportunity to exchange information and collaborate with project partners.

The meeting agenda and recorded plenary talks can be accessed here.

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