Global sea levels are rising as the industrialized global economy increases carbon and methane gas concentrations in the atmosphere, contributing warming climate. Such a change has vast implications for coastal communities. This study, conducted and presented by UNC-Wilmington students @emmajiang, @vrm8601 and Austin Willoughby, models the potential loss of value coastal properties in New Hanover County, N.C. will experience due to sea level rise.
You'll learn about how linear regression can predict the future value of properties in addition to methods used in ArcGIS in order to find the parcels affected by different increments of sea level rise. This analysis could be used to inform coastal residents on the potential loss in value of their property and what to expect in future years.
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