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When The Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act Fails: A Suffolk Case Study, Scott Van Der Hyde, Mark Badanowski Oct 2013

When The Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act Fails: A Suffolk Case Study, Scott Van Der Hyde, Mark Badanowski

Virginia Coastal Policy Center

No abstract provided.


Adaptive Planning For Flooding And Coastal Change In Virginia: State And Local Areas Of Action, Chris Olcott, Erica Penn Oct 2013

Adaptive Planning For Flooding And Coastal Change In Virginia: State And Local Areas Of Action, Chris Olcott, Erica Penn

Virginia Coastal Policy Center

No abstract provided.


Norfolk’S Flooding Adaptation Measures: Taking Lawful Precautions Or ‘Takings’ Lawsuits?, Emilie A. Whitehurst Apr 2013

Norfolk’S Flooding Adaptation Measures: Taking Lawful Precautions Or ‘Takings’ Lawsuits?, Emilie A. Whitehurst

Virginia Coastal Policy Center

No abstract provided.


Tidal Turmoil: Environmental Justice And Sea Level Rise In Hampton Roads: Norfolk Case Study, Michael Boyer, Erica Penn Apr 2013

Tidal Turmoil: Environmental Justice And Sea Level Rise In Hampton Roads: Norfolk Case Study, Michael Boyer, Erica Penn

Virginia Coastal Policy Center

No abstract provided.


Using Zoning Tools To Adapt To Sea Level Rise, Barb Marmet Apr 2013

Using Zoning Tools To Adapt To Sea Level Rise, Barb Marmet

Virginia Coastal Policy Center

No abstract provided.


The Dillon Rule & Norfolk Sea Level Rise: An Analysis Of The Limited Impact Of The Dillon Rule On Planning For Sea Level Rise In Norfolk, Mary-Carson B. Saunders Apr 2013

The Dillon Rule & Norfolk Sea Level Rise: An Analysis Of The Limited Impact Of The Dillon Rule On Planning For Sea Level Rise In Norfolk, Mary-Carson B. Saunders

Virginia Coastal Policy Center

No abstract provided.


Sea Level Rise, Stormwater Management, And The National Flood Insurance Program: How Norfolk’S Best Management Practices Can Lower Local Flood Insurance Rates, Anna Killius Apr 2013

Sea Level Rise, Stormwater Management, And The National Flood Insurance Program: How Norfolk’S Best Management Practices Can Lower Local Flood Insurance Rates, Anna Killius

Virginia Coastal Policy Center

No abstract provided.


Overview Of A City’S Tort Liability Duties To Maintain And Protect Local Government Services From Sea Level Rise: Poquoson Case Study, Alex Horning Apr 2013

Overview Of A City’S Tort Liability Duties To Maintain And Protect Local Government Services From Sea Level Rise: Poquoson Case Study, Alex Horning

Virginia Coastal Policy Center

No abstract provided.


The Dillon Rule And Sea Level Rise: An Analysis Of The Impact Of The Dillon Rule On Potential Adaptation Measures The City Of Poquoson May Implement, Lauren Gill Apr 2013

The Dillon Rule And Sea Level Rise: An Analysis Of The Impact Of The Dillon Rule On Potential Adaptation Measures The City Of Poquoson May Implement, Lauren Gill

Virginia Coastal Policy Center

No abstract provided.


“Takings” Liability For Vacating Roads In Flood-Prone Areas: Poquoson Case Study, Kelci Block Apr 2013

“Takings” Liability For Vacating Roads In Flood-Prone Areas: Poquoson Case Study, Kelci Block

Virginia Coastal Policy Center

No abstract provided.


Colonial Property, Private Dams, And Climate Change In Virginia, Jill M. Fraley Jan 2013

Colonial Property, Private Dams, And Climate Change In Virginia, Jill M. Fraley

Scholarly Articles

Dams have been a significant part of flood prevention and management systems in the United States, dating back to the systematic efforts of the Tennessee Valley Authority and, less systemically, long before that. Dealing with flood management in Virginia presents unique challenges because of a colonial legacy that allows most dams in Virginia to be privately owned. Through a mechanism called King’s Grants, some Virginia landowners hold title not simply to property surrounding a navigable waterway, but also to the soil beneath the river and to dams crossing the river. Such ownership of the soil of large, navigable waterways ...