The Coastal Sustainability Studio at Louisiana State University supports trans-disciplinary research, design, and outreach projects that envision innovative solutions to coastal challenges through collaboration across a variety of academic perspectives.
Community Well-being and Flood Recovery Study
This study is part of a larger research project: "Inland from the Coast: A Multi-Scalar Approach to Regional Climate Change Responses."
The primary purpose of this study is to determine how the Great Flood of 2016 has impacted the greater Baton Rouge community. If you were directly or indirectly impacted by the 2016 flood and over age 18 please answer the questions below. All responses are confidential. You may be contacted at a later date for a follow-up survey to assess potential changes in your responses over time. We will only use your email address or phone number to contact you about further participation.
Inland from the Coast is a research project funded by the National Academies of Sciences and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The project seeks to improve our understanding of inland-coastal environmental conditions and vulnerabilities; determine indicators of community health and wellbeing; and develop design and planning best practices for reducing risk and increasing adaptive capacity.