[survery] CCAT Survey Reminder

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Thank you to all the participants who have filled out and submitted a
survey so far. Your participation is greatly appreciated. If you have not
yet filled out the survey about your experiences using the CCAT, please
take 15-20 minutes to complete the survey to have your say and help
contribute to my research project deliverables. Your perspectives,
opinions, and time are very much appreciated and are important to creating
the most comprehensive and representative report I can regarding the CCAT.

[Formely blocked users] ACASA Coastal Community Adaptation Toolkit (CCAT) Survey Invitation

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Hello,

My name is Matthew Conlin, I am a graduate student at Dalhousie
University’s School of Planning. I am currently undertaking an
independent project, performing a program evaluation of the Coastal
Community Adaptation Toolkit (CCAT), a component of the coastal adaptation
tools provided by the Atlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association
(ACASA).

[survery] ACASA Coastal Community Adaptation Toolkit (CCAT) Survey Invitation

MatthewConlin has sent you a group email from Atlantic Climate Adaptation
Solutions Association.

Hello,

My name is Matthew Conlin, I am a graduate student at Dalhousie
University’s School of Planning. I am currently undertaking an
independent project, performing a program evaluation of the Coastal
Community Adaptation Toolkit (CCAT), a component of the coastal adaptation
tools provided by the Atlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association
(ACASA).

(fr)Further Instructions

(fr)The Decision Tree will ask you a range of questions about the erosion or coastal flooding issue you have identified. The order and nature of the questions are dynamic – depending on how you answer one question the next question may vary. The ‘shortest path’ through the Decision Tree is 13 questions. The longest is 27. A progress bar will provide approximate indication of how much more of the Decision Tree you still need to work through.

(fr)3.5. Of the protective natural features and engineering structures previously listed, are any experiencing or causing damage at this site?

If current structures are causing damage, this question attempts to identify structures in place which are potentially not suitable options. For example, if a seawall is causing erosion in front of the structure (coastal squeeze), a seawall may not be considered the most appropriate option.

Renseignements généraux supplémentaires

Grâce à un éventail de programmes de financement, Ressources naturelles Canada (RNCan) soutient depuis longtemps les différents secteurs et les localités du Canada en les aidant à se préparer aux répercussions des changements climatiques et à s’y adapter. À titre d’exemple, en vertu du programme d’Initiatives de collaboration pour l’adaptation régionale (ICAR) (2008-2012), RNCan a soutenu les localités en ciblant leurs vulnérabilités aux répercussions des changements climatiques.

(fr)8.2 How is erosion happening along the natural feature?

Selon le type d’érosion, certains outils ne seront pas adaptés pour y remédier. Par exemple, une falaise qui subit une érosion en ravins à partir du sommet à cause d’une pluie excessive ou d’un écoulement de surface ne peut être protégée par l’installation d’un perré en haut. Le perré peut être utilisé si l’érosion est causée par les vagues.