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Researchers from the USGS Coastal and Marine Hazards and Resources Program (CMHRP) co-led organization for the 2024 U.S. Coastal Research Program (USCRP) Decadal Visioning Workshop. Workshop attendees discussed key coastal management challenges and high priority science gaps to guide the next decade of coastal research with representatives from other Federal agencies, stakeholders, and academics.

USCRP Decadal Visioning Workshop. The Future of Coastal Processes Research. Tues. 6/11-Thurs. 6/13 2024, St. Petersburg FL
The 2024 U.S. Coastal Research Program (USCRP) Decadal Visioning Workshop was held June 11-13, 2024, in St. Petersburg, Florida.

2024 marks the 10-year anniversary of the “Past and Future of Nearshore Process Research” community visioning session, at which the idea for the U.S. Coastal Research Program (USCRP) was formed to coordinate and fund research to address societally relevant coastal challenges. Over the past decade, the USCRP has fostered collaboration, addressed fundamental research gaps, and promoted science translation by hosting workshops and providing funding to the academic community to address high priority topics. The objective of the 2024 USCRP Decadal Visional Workshop is to bring together Federal Agencies, Stakeholders, and Academia to identify and prioritize key management challenges and science gaps and guide the next decade of coastal research. During the workshop, attendees will explore the future direction of coastal research, share insights, and engage in discussions. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with professionals and researchers who are passionate about addressing the challenges faced by coastal communities. Jenna Brown (Associate Program Manager) and Davina Passeri (Federal Team) represent CMHRP within the USCRP organization. Meg Palmsten and Jenna Brown represented USGS on the Decadal Workshop Steering Committee, and 12 USGS Scientists attended the meeting. 

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