Whytlaw, Jennifer, Kevin Hassell, Doug Simpson, Nick Meade, Kate Morrison, Jeanne Herb, Aashna Jain. “Non-Consumptive Recreational Use Survey Results“. New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Trenton, NJ. 2019.
Join Jennifer Whytlaw at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, April 3-7 2019 in Washington, D.C. Follow this link for more information: https://annualmeeting.aag.org/
EAC Executive Director Jeanne Herb, along with Senior Research Specialists Matt Campo and Dr. Jennifer Whytlaw, presented an analysis of social vulnerability in New Jersey’s 239 coastal municipalities at a Coastal Resilience Summit convened by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. See their slide presentation here.
With support from the County Health Rankings and Roadmaps, a program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation hosted by the University of Wisconsin, EAC staff Jeanne Herb, Dr. Jennifer Whytlaw and Dr. Karen Lowrie examined strategies to add additional indicators regarding the environment and climate change to the county Health Rankings and Roadmaps platform. Read […]CHR&R, county, health, Herb, Lowrie, RWJF, Whytlaw
EAC team members will work on an interdisciplinary team at Rutgers to integrate an existing suite of coastal hazards mapping tools into a unified platform. This new platform will integrate the latest climate science, exposure assessment techniques, and best practices in resilience planning. The project will include stakeholder engagement to identify suggested improvements to the new […]Climate, coastal, Herb, platform, resilience, tools, Whytlaw
Dr. Jennifer Whytlaw will be presenting a poster in the inaugural year for a new Geohealth track at the American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting (December 10-14). She will be presenting EAC’s work on examining data on environmental factors to inform community-based efforts to address “upstream” determinants of health through the use of existing authoritative data, […]AGU, CDC, EJScreen, EPA, health, poster, Whytlaw
EAC’s Dr. Whytlaw has developed and teaches a GIS Applications in Marine Science and Policy class to Monmouth University students. The course has students gather and analyze spatial data to critically examine uses of the ocean in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the United States, including working through NOAA’s Ocean Economics Methodology to examine coastal economies. Learn more about the […]course, GIS, Monmouth, NOAA, ocean, Whytlaw
Join EAC at the 2018 Preparedness Summit! The Preparedness Summit is the first and longest running national conference on public health preparedness. EAC team member Jennifer Whytlaw will discuss her research on preparedness activities at senior care facilities in New Jersey to respond to environmental natural hazard events. website – http://preparednesssummit.org/2018-preparedness-summit/conference, resilience, Whylaw
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Pollution Prevention Program provided EAC with a grant to use geospatial analytical tools to analyze publicly available state and federal environmental data, along with data regarding current and projected flood hazards and changing climate conditions, to inform state and federal program’s operations, local resilience planning and public awareness […]Campo, Climate, Herb, Whytlaw
The Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Body (RPB) was established in 2013 through a Presidential Executive Order to create a National Ocean Policy to guide planning and policy efforts aimed at protecting America’s Oceans and Coastline. The Mid-Atlantic RPB developed an Ocean Action Plan (OAP) that was finalized in the summer of 2016 that outlined actions for […]MARPB, ocean policy, Whytlaw