Interview excerpts from the Coastal Nature, Coastal Culture symposium Feburary 18-20, 2016 Savannah, GeorgiaThe team interviewed six presenters with expertise on the environmental histories of the Georgia coast. These excerpts provide an introduction to the industry, culture, and ecology of this dynamic environment.
The Georgia coast, approximately 100 miles long is defined by its barrier islands and their back-barrier environments.
The Georgia Coast Atlas is a collaborative project between the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship and the Emory Environmental Sciences department.
Experts talk about the industry, culture, and ecology of the Georgia Coast.
Learn about the maps used in the Atlas and how to navigate the site.