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Report: GIS Modelling of Sea Water Intrusion Risk Along British Columbia's Coast

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This report describes mapping of sea water intrusion risk for the entire B.C. coast. This mapping supports statutory decision makers and planning to evaluate and manage sea water intrusion risks.

Author:  Tim Sivak and Mike Wei

Date Published:  Jun 2021

Report ID:  59164

Audience:  Government and Public

Over-development in coastal areas can cause sea water intrusion into coastal aquifers. Once sea water intrusion occurs, remedial measures can be slow and costly. Mapping sea water intrusion risk helps to ensure these risks are appropriately managed.

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