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TBEC applies the latest high-resolution climate data for predicting slow onset changes in climate (e.g., gradual increase in temperature, sea level rise) and extreme climate events (e.g., flooding, storm surge, extreme rainfall, drought, wildfire, extreme heat), and a range of specialty outputs for engineering applications to increase infrastructure resilience and provide fit-for purpose decision making. We have extensive experience in community-based adaptation planning, linking science and social priorities to obtain powerful mapping and analytical tools for generating high quality actionable data and reports, including cost benefit analysis of proposed projects. Specific areas of expertise include:

    ·     ​ Hydrodynamics such as:

     o   Flooding

     o   Erosion

     o   Coastal & Shoreline Dynamics

     o   Water Management including Flow, Runoff and Water Catchment/Storage

     o   Turbidity and Sediment Transport

     o   Floodplain Analysis

    ·      Sea Level Rise and Wave Modeling

    ·      Evaluating the impacts of future climates on the built environment, such as infrastructure and impermeability

    ·      Developing guidelines for building new resilient infrastructure, such as:

     o   Buildings- homes, businesses

     o   Roads

     o   Bridges

     o   Weirs and Dams

     o   Docks

     o   Airports

   ·      Developing guidelines for adapting existing structures

   ·      Wind modeling

   ·      Impacts of global climate change on ecosystem services

     o   Clean Drinking Water (e.g., water treatment)

     o Waste decomposition and management (e.g., sewers)

     o   Food – agricultural and subsistence

     o   Naturally sourced raw materials

   ·      Cost-Benefit Analysis

   ·      Cost-Risk Modeling Analysis

   ·      Developing Environmental Atlases

   ·      Evaluating Changes in Disease Vectors

   ·      Restoration of riparian, range, agricultural and forest lands

   ·      Forest and fire ecology, including predicting changes in fire risks

   ·      Soil ecology

   ·      Wildlife, Marine and Fisheries Habitat Monitoring and restoration