Coastal Resilience Nature Conservancy
 
  

 
Managing Coasts with Natural Solutions: Guidelines for Measuring and Valuing the Coastal Protection Services of Mangroves and Coral Reefs​. M. W. Beck and G-M. Lange, editors. Wealth Accounting and the Valuation of Ecosystem Services Partnership (WAVES), World Bank (2016).

Community Rating System Strategy. The Nature Conservancy. Fact Sheet (2017).

Community Rating System Explorer. The Nature Conservancy. Fact Sheet (2017).

Coastline Change Application: Historical Data. The Nature Conservancy. Fact Sheet (2016). 

Coastline Change Application: Future Scenarios. The Nature Conservancy. Fact Sheet (2016).

Building Resilient Coastal Communities Using the Partnership Approach. The Nature Conservancy, NOAA, ASFPM. Fact Sheet (2016) 

Coastal Resilience. The Nature Conservancy. Fact Sheet. (2016)

Economics of Coastal Adaptation. The Nature Conservancy. Fact Sheet. (2016)


Building Resilient Coastal Communities Using the Partnership Approach. U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit, NOAA Digital Coast, The Nature Conservancy, and Great Lakes Coastal Resilience Planning Guide. Fact Sheet. (2015)
 
Which Tool Should I Use? Coastal Resilience, Sea Level Rise Viewer, Surging Seas Risk Finder: Use These Tools to Assess Sea Level Rise Impacts. Proceedings from Lifting the Fog working in Oakland, California in May 2014. The Nature Conservancy, NOAA, Climate Central. (2014)​
 
Coasts at Risk: An Assessment of Coastal Risks and the Role of Environmental Solutions. Edited by Michael W. Beck. A joint publication of United Nations University - Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS), The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and the Coastal Resources Center (CRC) at the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography. (2014)

Coastal habitats shield people and property from sea-level rise and storms. Katie K. Arkema, Greg Guannel, Gregory Verutes, Spencer A.Wood, Anne Guerry,Mary Ruckelshaus, Peter Kareiva, Martin Lacayo and Jessica M. Silver. Nature. Climate Change Letters (2013)

Coastal habitats and risk reduction: World Risk Report. Beck, M. W., C. Shepard. (2012)

Ocean conservation in a high CO2 world: The need to evaluate new approaches. Rau, G.H., E. Mcleod, and O. Hoegh-Guldberg. (2012) 

Evaluating alternative future sea-level rise scenarios. Shepard, C., V. N. Agostini, B. Gilmer, T. Allen, J. Stone, W. Brooks, M. W. Beck. (2012) 

The role of ecosystems in coastal protection: adapting to climate change and coastal hazards. Spalding, M. D., S. Ruffo, C. Lacambra, I. Meliane, L. Z. Hale, C. C. Shepard, M. W. Beck. Ocean & Coastal Management. (2012) 

Integrating climate and ocean change vulnerability into conservation planning. Mcleod, E., A. Green, E. Game, K. Anthony, J. Cinner, S. Heron, J. Kleypas, C. Lovelock, J.M. Pandolfi, R.L. Pressey, R. Salm, S. Schill, and C. Woodroffe. Coastal Management. (2012)

Helping coastal communities adapt to climate change. Hale, L. Z., S Newkirk, and M. W. Beck (2011) 

Sea-level rise impact models and environmental conservation: A review of models and their applications. Mcleod, E. B. Poulter, J. Hinkel, E. Reyes, and R. Salm. (2010) ​

Ecosystem-based adaptation in marine and coastal ecosystems. Hale, L. Z., Meliane, I., Davidson, S., Sandwith, T., Beck, M. W., J. Hoekstra, M. Spalding, S. Murawski, N. Cyr, K. Osgood, M. Hatziolos, P. Van Eijk, N. Davidson, W. Eichbaum, C. Dreus, D. Obura, J. Tamelander, D. Herr, C. McClennen, and P. Marshal. (2009)

Designing marine protected area networks to address the impacts of climate change. Mcleod, E., R. Salm, A. Green, and J. Almany. (2009) 

 
 
 
 
Protecting Open Space & Ourselves: Reducing Flood Risk in the Gulf of Mexico Through Strategic Land Conservation. Shepard C, Majka D, Brody S, Highfield W, and J Fargione. The Nature Conservancy. (2016) Report Technical Index.

A Guide for Incorporating Ecosystem Service Valuation into Coastal Restoration Projects. Schuster, E. and Doerr, P. The Nature Conservancy, New Jersey Chapter. Delmont, NJ.​ (2015)

 Mangroves for coastal defense. Guidelines for coastal managers & policy makers.​ Spalding M, McIvor A, Tonneijck FH, Tol S and van Eijk P. Published by Wetlands International and The Nature Conservancy. (2014)

Protecting Marine Spaces: Global targets and changing approaches. Spalding, M. D., Meliane, I., Milam, A., Fitzgerald, C., and Hale, L. Z.,: Ocean Yearbook, v. 27. pp. 213-248 (2013)
 
Restoration works: Highlights from a decade of partnership between The Nature Conservancy and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Restoration Center. Schrack, E., Beck, M., Brumbaugh, R., Crisley, K. and Hancock, B. The Nature Conservancy, Arlington, USA. (2012)

Marine Protected Areas: Static Boundaries in a Changing World. Mcleod, E. In: Levin, S.A. (ed.). Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 2nd Edition, Elsevier, New York. (2012)

 
Marine Protected Areas. In: Preliminary review of adaptation options for climate sensitive ecosystems and resources. A Report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research. Keller, B.D., S. Airamé, B. Causey, A. Friedlander, D.F. Gleason, R. Grober- Dunsmore, J. Johnson, E. McLeod, S.L. Miller, R.S. Steneck, and C. Woodley. [Julius, S.H., J.M. West (eds.), J.S. Baron, B. Griffith, L.A. Joyce, P. Kareiva, B.D. Keller, M.A. Palmer, C.H. Peterson, and J.M. Scott (Authors)]. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, USA, pp. 8-1 to 8-95. (2008)​
 
Marine Protected Area Planning in a Changing Climate. Salm, R., T. Done, and E. Mcleod Pp. 207-221 in J.T. Phinney, O. Hoegh-Guldberg, J. Kleypas, W. Skirving, and A. Strong (eds). Coral Reefs and Climate Change: Science and Management. Coastal and Estuarine Studies 61. American Geophysical Union: 244 pp. (2006)

An ecological perspective on the deployment and design of low- crested and other hard coastal defense structures. Airoldi L., Abbiati M., Beck M. W., Hawkins S.J., Jonsson P.R., Martin D., Moschella P. S., Sundelöf A., Thompson R. C., Åberg P. Coastal Engineering Vol. 52: 1073– 1087. (2005)
 
 
 
Habitats - Reefs | Mangroves | Marshes
 
 
Coral and Shellfish  Reefs

Restoring North Carolina's Oysters Brochure. The Nature Conservancy (2015)

Coral reefs are effective for coastal hazard risk reduction. Ferrario, F., M. W. Beck, C. Storlazzi, F. Micheli, C. Shepard, L. Airoldi. Proc. USA Nat. Acad. of Sci. (2014)
 
Preparing to manage coral reefs for ocean acidification: Lessons from coral bleaching. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. Mcleod, E., K.R.N. Anthony, A. Andersson, R. Beeden, Y. Golbuu, J. Kleypas, K. Kroeker, D. Manzello, R. Salm, H. Schuttenberg, and J.E. Smith. (2013)
 
Vulnerability of coral reefs to warming seas and human activities in the Coral Triangle: Implications for marine protected area network design and management. Mcleod, E., R. Moffitt, A. Timmermann, R. Salm, L. Menviel, M. Palmer, and E. Selig. Coastal Management Vol. 38(5): 518-539. (2010)
 
Vulnerability of coral reefs to warming seas and human activities in the Coral Triangle: Implications for marine protected area network design and management. Mcleod, E., R. Moffitt, A. Timmermann, R. Salm, L. Menviel, M. Palmer, and E. Selig. Coastal Management Vol. 38(5): 518-539. (2010)
 
Reefs at Risk Revisited. Burke, L., Reytar, K., Spalding, M.D., and A. Perry (2011).
 
Mangroves

 
The current state of knowledge on mangrove fishery values​. Hutchinson, J., zu Ermgassen P.S.E. and Spalding, M. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (2015)

 
Building an expert-judgement based model of mangrove fisheries value.​ Hutchinson, J. Philipp D.P., Claussen J.E., Aburto-Oropeza O., Carrasquilla-Henao M., Castellanos-Gallindo G.A., Costa M., Daneshgar P.D., Hartmann H.J., Juanes F., Khan M.N., Knowles L., Knudsen E., Lee S.Y., Murchie K.J., Tiedemann J., zu Ermgassen P.S.E. and Spalding M. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (2015)

 
The Role of Mangroves in Fisheries Enhancement. Hutchison, J; Spalding, M, and zu Ermgassen, P. The Nature Conservancy and Wetlands International. (2014)

 
Mangroves for coastal defense. Guidelines for coastal managers & policy makers​. Spalding M, McIvor A, Tonneijck FH, Tol S and van Eijk P. Published by Wetlands International and The Nature Conservancy. (2014)

 
Reduction of Wind and Swell Waves by Mangroves. McIvor, A. L., Möller, I., Spencer, T., and Spalding, M. 2012. Natural Coastal Protection Series: Report 1: The Nature Conservancy and Wetlands International.
 
Storm Surge Reduction by Mangroves. McIvor, A.L., Spencer, T., Möller, I. and Spalding. M. Natural Coastal Protection Series: Report 2.The Nature Conservancy and Wetlands International. (2012).
 
The role of mangroves in attenuating storm surges. Keqi Zhang, Huiqing Liu, Yuepeng Li Hongzhou Xu, Jian Shen, Jamie Rhome, Thomas J. Smith III (2012)
 
 
The Response of Mangrove Soil Surface Elevation to Sea Level Rise. McIvor, A.L., Spencer, T., Möller., I and M.D. Spalding. The Nature Conservancy and Wetlands International. (2013).
 
Marshes
  
​Species 
 
Marine environment-based forecasting of coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) adult recruitment, D. E. Rupp, T. C. Wainwright, P. W. Lawson, and W. T. Peterson. Fisheries Oceanography Vol. 21(1): 1-19. (2012)
Impacts of El Niño on Fish Distribution. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA Fisheries

Regional differences in responses of Chinook salmon populations to large-scale climatic patterns, P. S. Levin Journal of Biogeography Vol. 30(5): 711-717. (2003) 
 
 
 

Protecting Open Space & Ourselves: Reducing Flood Risk in the Gulf of Mexico Through Strategic Land Conservation. Shepard C, Majka D, Brody S, Highfield W, and J Fargione. The Nature Conservancy. (2016)  Report Technical Index.

Coastal App Wins GLobal Disaster Resilience App Challenge. Zach Ferdana 2015. IN The USACE The Buzz Newsletter.
 
World Bank Guidance Note for Oceans in Strategic Environmental Assessment & Country Environmental Analysis. Everett, R., I. Meliane, L.Z. Hale, M. Beck. World Bank Report. Washington D.C. 107 pp. (2013)

A blueprint for blue carbon – toward an improved understanding of the role of vegetated coastal habitats in sequestering CO2. Mcleod, E., G. Chmura, S. Bouillon, R. Salm, M. Bjork, C.M. Duarte, C.E. Lovelock, W.H. Schlesinger, and B. Silliman. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment Vol. 9: 552–560. (2011)

Protecting Marine Spaces: global targets and changing approaches Spalding, M. D., Meliane, I., Milam, A., Fitzgerald, C., and Hale, L. Z., in press,: Ocean Yearbook, v. 27.(date)

The State of Marine and Coastal Adaptation in North America: A Synthesis of Emerging Ideas (date)

Association of State Floodplain Managers: No Adverse Impact - Explained (date)

Association of State Floodplain Mangers. Coastal No Adverse Impact - Handbook (date)

Association of State Floodplain Managers: Coastal No Adverse Impact - Case Studies (date) 

 
 
 
 
 
Carribbean | Mexico | Gulf of Mexico | Florida | New Jersey | New York and Connecticut | North Carolina |Coral TriangleCalifornia | Virginia | Washington
 
Caribbean
 
​U.S. Virgin Islands

US Virgin Islands Climate Change Ecosystem-Based Adaptation - Promoting Resilient Coastal and Marine Communities. Guidance Document. Steve Schill, Jeanne Brown, Aurora Justiniano, Anne Marie Hoffman. The Nature Conservancy and NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program. March 2014.
 
US Virgin Islands Climate Change Ecosystem-Based Adaptation - Promoting Resilient Coastal and Marine Communities. Outreach Document. Steve Schill, Jeanne Brown, Aurora Justiniano. The Nature Conservancy and NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program. January 2014.
 
Mexico

 
 
Protecting Open Space & Ourselves: Reducing Flood Risk in the Gulf of Mexico Through Strategic Land Conservation. Shepard C, Majka D, Brody S, Highfield W, and J Fargione. The Nature Conservancy. (2016)  Report Technical Index.

Informing conservation planning using future sea-level rise and storm surge modeling impact scenarios in the Northern Gulf of Mexico.​ Michael T., J. Brenner, and B. Gilmer. Ocean & Coastal Management. (2014)

Modeling and Abating the Impacts of Sea Level Rise on Five Significant Estuarine Systems in the Gulf of Mexico. Geselbracht, L., K. Freeman, A. Birch, D. Gordon, A. Knight, M. O’Brien, and J. Oetting. Fin​al Report to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – Gulf of Mexico Program, Project # MX-95463410-2. The Nature Conservancy. (2013) 

Informing Conservation Planning Using Sea-level Rise and Storm Surge Vulnerability Assessments: Galveston Bay and Jefferson County, Texas. Gilmer, B., J. Brenner, and J. Sheets The Nature Conservancy. (2012)

Informing Conservation Planning Using Sea-level Rise and Storm Surge Vulnerability Assessments: Grand Bay, Mississippi and Alabama. Gilmer, B., J. Brenner, and J. Sheets. The Nature Conservancy. (2012) 

 
Florida - Southeast Florida | Florida Keys

 
Florida

Understanding Future Sea Level Rise Impacts on Coastal Wetlands in the Apalachicola Bay Region of Florida’s Gulf Coast. Freeman, K., L. Geselbracht, D. Gordon, E. Kelly, L. Racevskis. The Nature Conservancy for Florida Department of Environmental Protection, DEP Agreement No. CM112. (2012) | Understanding Future Sea Level Rise Impacts on Coastal Wetlands in the
Apalachicola Bay Region of Florida’s Gulf Coast (in submission)
 
Retrospective analysis and sea level rise modeling of coastal habitat change in Charlotte Harbor to identify restoration and adaptation priorities. Geselbracht, L., K. Freeman, E. Kelly, D.R. Gordon and A. Birch. Florida Scient. Vol. 76(2): 328–355. (2013)
 
 
Southeast Florida

 
Southeast Florida’s Resilient Water Resources: Adaptation to Sea Level Rise and Other Impacts of Climate Change. Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions at Florida Atlantic University (2009)
 
Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact. A joint commitment of Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe and Palm Beach counties to partner in mitigating the causes and adapting to the consequences of climate change. (date)
 
 
 
 
Florida Keys

 
 
 
 
 
Climate Change and the Florida Keys. Hans Hoegh‐Guldberg (2010)
 
Monroe County, Florida Comprehensive Plan: Energy Conservation and Climate Element. The unique issues and challenges facing Monroe County relating to energy conservation and climate impacts (2011)
 
 

 

 

 

New Jersey's Restoration Explorer. The Nature Conservancy. (2016).

A Guide for Incorporating Ecosystem Service Valuation into Coastal Restoration Projects. Schuster, E. and Doerr, P. The Nature Conservancy, New Jersey Chapter. Delmont, NJ. (2015)

Community ​Resource Guide for Planning Living Shorelines Projects. Doerr, P. and Flynn, T. The Nature Conservancy, New Jersey Chapter. Delmont, NJ. (2016)

Delaware Bayshore Tourism Survey Results - Cumberland County,NJ. Schuster, E. The Nature Conservancy, New Jersey Chapter. Delmont, NJ. (2016) ​​

 
Framework for Developing Monitoring Plans for Coastal Wetland Restoration and Living Shoreline Projects in New Jersey. Yepsen, M. The Nature Conservancy, New Jersey Chapter. Delmont, N.J. Moody, J. The Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. Wilmington, D.E. Elizabeth Schuster, The Nature Conservancy, New Jersey Chapter. Delmont, N.J.

 
Guidance for Considering the Use of Living Shorelines 2015. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, United States Department of Commerce​ (NOAA). (2015)

 
Living Shorelines Engineering Guidelines. Miller, J. Rella, A., Williams, A., and Sproule, E. The Stevens Institute of Technology. (2015)

 
Living Shoreline Report: Pleasantville City, NJ. Flynn, T. The Nature Conservancy, New Jersey Chapter. Delmont, N.J. (2016)

 
Living Shoreline Report: Linwood, NJ. Flynn, T. The Nature Conservancy, New Jersey Chapter. Delmont, N.J. (2016)

 
Living Shoreline Report: Upper Township, NJ. Flynn, T. The Nature Conservancy, New Jersey Chapter. Delmont, N.J. (2016)

 
Living Shoreline Report: Ventnor City, NJ. Flynn, T. The Nature Conservancy, New Jersey Chapter. Delmont, N.J. (2016)

 
Living Shoreline Report: West Wildwood, NJ. Flynn, T. The Nature Conservancy, New Jersey Chapter. Delmont, N.J. (2016)

 
Lower Cape May Meadows Ecological Restoration: Analysis of Economic and Social Benefits.​ Schuster, E. The Nature Conservancy, New Jersey Chapter. Delmont, NJ. (2014)
New Jersey Bayshore Tourism Fact Sheet. Schuster, E. The Nature Conservancy, New Jersey Chapter. Delmont, NJ. (2016) 


Ch. 16: Northeast. Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment. Horton, R., G. Yohe, W. Easterling, R. Kates, M. Ruth, E. Sussman, A. Whelchel, D. Wolfe, and F. Lipschultz. J. M. Melillo, Terese (T.C.) Richmond, and G. W. Yohe, Eds., U.S. Global Change Research Program, 371-395. doi:10.7930/J0SF2T3P. (2014)

 
Developing a Framework for Assessing Coastal Vulnerability to Sea Level Rise in Southern New England, USA. Gilmer, B. and Z. Ferdaña. in K. Otto-Zimmermann (ed.), Resilient Cities 2: Cities and Adaptation to Climate Change Proceedings of the Global Forum 2011, Local Sustainability 2, © Springer Science+Business Media B.V. (2012)
 
Assessing future risk: quantifying the effects of sea level rise on storm surge risk for the southern shores of Long Island, New York. Shepard, C., V. N. Agostini, B. Gilmer, T. Allen, J. Stone, W. Brooks, M. W. Beck. Natural Hazards Vol. 60:727–745. (2012)

Using interactive decision support to integrate coast hazard mitigation and ecosystem services in Long Island Sound, New York and Connecticut USA. Beck, M.W., B. Gilmer, A. W. Whelchel, Z. Ferdaña, J. Stone, G. Raber, C. Shepard, I. Meliane and S. Newkirk. In Renaud, F. (Ed). Linkages between Ecosystems, Livelihoods and Disaster Risk Reduction. PEDRR, UNU Press, Bonn. (2010)
 
Building Resilience to Climate Change: Ecosystem-based adaptation and lessons from the field. Ferdaña, Z., S. Newkirk, A.W. Whelchel, B. Gilmer, M.W. Beck. Building Interactive Decision Support to Meet Management Objectives for Coastal Conservation and Hazard Mitigation on Long Island, New York, USA, in Andrade Pérez, A., Herrera Fernandez, B. and Cazzolla Gatti, R. (eds.) Gland, Switzerland: IUCN. 72-87. (2010)
 
Connecticut Guides, Workshop Reports and Assessments
 
Guides:

 

 

 

 
 
 
Workshop Reports:

 

 
 
 
 
Assessments:
 
 
North Carolina, U.S.

North Carolina's Community Rating System Explorer. The Nature Conservancy. Fact Sheet. (2016).

North Carolina’s Restoration Explorer. The Nature Conservancy. Fact Sheet. (2016).

Restoring North Carolina's Oysters Brochure. The Nature Conservancy (2015)

 
Ecosystem-based adaptation in marine ecosystems of tropical Oceania in response to climate change. Grantham, H.S., E. McLeod, A. Brooks, J. Hardcastle, A.J. Richardson, E. Poloczanska, T. Hills, T., S.D. Jupiter, N. Mieszkowska, C.J. Klein, and J.E.M. Watson Pacific Conservation Biology Vol. 17: 241-258. (2011)

Sea-level rise vulnerability in the countries of the Coral Triangle. Mcleod, E., J. Hinkel, A.T. Vafeidis, R.J. Nicholls, N. Harvey, and R. Salm. Sustainability Science Vol. 5(2): 207-222. (2010)
 
 
 
California, U.S.
 
California Coastal Resilience Network
 
 
 
Szeptycki, L., E. Hartge, N. Ajami, A. Erickson, W. N. Heady, L. LaFeir, B. Meister, L. Verdone, and J.R. Koseff (2016). Marine and Coastal Impacts on Ocean Desalination in California. Dialogue report compiled by Water in the West, Center for Ocean Solutions, Monterey Bay Aquarium and The Nature Conservancy, Monterey, CA.
 
Network Webinars

Coastal Resilience Ventura Economics App Training - CA CR Network Webinar: November 17, 2016
Webinar Recording

Using FEMA Hazard Mitigation Funding for Coastal Climate Adaptation -- CA CR Network Webinar: August 17, 2016
See Report: Stanford Policy Lab White Papers: Nature Based Flood Solutions.
Agenda

City of Goleta, Coastal Hazard Vulnerability Assessment & Fiscal Impact Study -- CA CR Network Webinar -- July 12, 2016 

 
Social Vulnerability & Demographic Issues in Coastal Adaptation -- CA CR Network Webinar -- June 15, 2016 
Economics of Climate Adaptation Strategies for Southern Monterey Bay -- CA CR Network Webinar -- May 26, 2016
 
​2015
July 2015. CA CR Network Transportation & the Coastal Habitat Squeeze Presentation. Summary.
June 2015. Stanford Policy Lab White Papers. Nature Based Flood Solutions.
April 2015. CA CR Network Green Infrastructure Webinar Summary. PowerPoint. Related Articles.

 
Monteray Bay, Califronia, U.S.

NEW: Economic Impact of Climate Adaptation Strategies for Southern Monterey Bay. (2016). Prepared by The Nature Conservancy for the California State Coastal Conservancy. K. Leo, S. Newkirk, W. Heady, B. Cohen, J. Calil; P. King, A. McGregor, F. DePaolis, R. Vaughn, J. Giliam; R. Battalio; E. Vandebroek; J. Jackson; D. Revell. Ed. N. Steinberg.

Evaluation of Erosion Mitigation Alternatives for Southern Monterey Bay. (2012). Prepared for Monterey Bay Sanctuary Foundation and The Southern Monterey Bay Coastal Erosion Working Group by ESA PWA, P. King, A. McGregor, M. Caldwell, and E. Thornton.
 
 
 
 
 
Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan For Santa Cruz Littoral Cell. 2014. Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary (MBNMS) & the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
 
Santa Barbara County, California, U.S.
 
City of Goleta. Coastal Hazard Vulnerability Assessment and Fiscal Impact Study. 2015. City of Goleta & Revell Coastal.
 
City of Santa Barbara Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment. (2015). Bren School Master's Project. Denka, S., Hall, A., Nicholson, L., & J. Fiew.
 
City of Santa Barbara Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Study. (2012). California Energy Commission.
 
Backshore Characterization and Initial Vulnerability findings for the City of Goleta’s Coastal Zone in Preparation for the Local Coastal Program. (2014). Revell Coastal.
 
Ventura County, California, U.S.
 

 
 
Santa Clara River - Upper Watershed Conservation Plan. The Nature Conservancy, Ventura, California (date)

Conservation Plan for the Lower Santa Clara River Watershed and Surrounding Areas, The Nature Conservancy, Ventura, California (Contact Lily Verdone for more information at lverdone@tnc.org)  

City of Ventura Special Studies -- Estuary Sub watershed​ Study: Assessment of the Physical and Biological Condition of the Santa Clara River Estuary, Ventura County, California. Final Synthesis Report. City of Ventura and Stillwater Sciences (2011)

Historical Ecology of the lower Santa Clara River, Ventura River, and Oxnard Plain: an analysis of terrestrial, riverine, and coastal habitats. San Francisco Estuary Institute and California State Coastal Conservancy (2011)

Sea-Level Rise for the Coasts of California, Oregon, and Washington: Past, Present, and Future. National Research Council (date)

The Impacts of Sea-level Rise on the California Coast
. California Climate Change Center (2009)

Estimating the Potential Economic Impacts of Climate Change on Southern California Beaches. (2009) Pendleton, L., P. King, C. Mohn, D. G. Webster, R. Vaughn, and P. N. Adams. Climatic Change 109 (Suppl 1): S277-S298. DOI: 10.1007/s10584-011-0309-0.

Cal-Adapt
. California Energy Commission (2015)

Rising to the Challenge: Results of the 2011 California Coastal Adaptation Needs Assessment. California Sea Grant (2012)

Adapting to Sea Level Rise: A Guide for California’s Coastal Communities. Nicole Russell and Gary Griggs University of California, Santa Cruz (2012)

2009 California Climate Adaptation Strategy
. California Natural Resources Agency (2009)

California Climate Change Adaptation Policy Guide, California Emergency Management Agency & California Natural Resources Agency

Adaptation Tool Kit: Sea-Level Rise and Coastal Land Use: How Governments Can Use Land-Use Practices to Adapt to Sea-Level Rise. Georgetown Climate Center (2011)

No Day at the Beach: Sea Level Rise, Ecosystem Loss, and Public Access Along the California Coast. M. Caldwell and C. H. Segall IN Ecology Law Quarterly Vol. 34:533 (2007) 

 
 
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