Steps completed

Scenarios and risks


Flood risk analysis

Technical and scientific work done in 2013

Partners: Université de Moncton, Shippagan campus, Geomediatix Innovations Inc., Department of Environment and Local Government, Department of Energy and Resource Development

Results:
  • high-resolution elevation model based on LiDAR data
  • sea level rise and storm surge level projections
  • database of infrastructures at risk based on various flood scenarios

Report:

Robichaud, A., Simard, I. et Savoie-Ferron, F. 2014. Inondations côtières et infrastructures à risque, ville de Lamèque, Nouveau-Brunswick


Erosion risk analysis

Technical and scientific work done in 2016

Partners: Coastal Zones Research Institute Inc., Groupe Regenord Inc., The Acadian Peninsula Regional Service Commission, Department of Environment and Local Government, Department of Energy and Resource Development and Université de Moncton, Shippagan campus

Results:
  • shoreline recession and advancement projections
  • database of infrastructures at risk based on various shoreline recession scenarios

Report:

Aubé, M., Hébert, C., Jean, S., Simard, I. et Chelbi, M. 2017. Analyse de risque d'inondation et d'érosion pour l'Île de Lamèque.


Erosion and flooding
In the example above, see the evolution of coastal erosion in the Pigeon Hill area from 1944 to 2012. Move the arrows!

A rigorous process

Scenarios and risks

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Gain better knowledge of damage risks and risks to human health posed by erosion and flooding.

Maps and zoning

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Delineate areas at risk based on recommendations.

Priorities and potential strategies

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Identify and prioritise elements at stake within risk areas.

Evaluation and strategy selection

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Conduct more extensive studies for some of the adaptation measures under consideration.

Implementation plans

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Define the details on when and how the actions will be taken and implemented.

Project progression

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Possible solutions

Adapting to climate change requires the implementation of several complementary measures on the same territory to ensure the safety of both the public and infrastructures. Here are some possible solutions.