In a post highlighting the research impacts of the Division of Flooding and Poverty, the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) shared how watershed management combining hydrological and financial models supports decision-making and environmental improvements.

The study featured in the piece was part of the NCCOS Effects of Seal Level Rise (ESLR) project Codevelopment of Modeling Tools to Manage Sediment for Sustainable and Resilient Coastal Lowland Habitat in Southern California.

Read the full highlight at the NCCOS website.