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Sea-level rise modeling across the California salt marsh gradient

Dates

Start Date
2011-06
End Date
2012-12
Start Date
2011-07-01 07:00:00
End Date
2015-12-01 08:00:00

Citation

John Y Takekawa(Principal Investigator), California Landscape Conservation Cooperative(Funding Agency), California Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), Karen Thorne(Co-Investigator), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Estuary Research Reserves Pacific coast(Cooperator/Partner), North Pacific LCC(Cooperator/Partner), San Diego National Wildlife Refuges(Cooperator/Partner), San Francisco Bay Joint Venture(Cooperator/Partner), San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuges(Cooperator/Partner), South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project(Cooperator/Partner), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service(Cooperator/Partner), University of California Davis(Cooperator/Partner), 2011-06(Start), 2012-12(End), Sea-level rise modeling across the California salt marsh gradient, http://climate.calcommons.org/project/sea-level-rise-modeling

Summary

This project uses bottom-up modeling at a parcel scale to measure the effects of sea-level rise (SLR) on coastal ecosystems and tidal salt marshes. At selected tidal marshes, the project team will measure several parameters that will be incorporated into ArcGIS models creating comparable datasets across the Pacific coast tidal gradient with a focus on 2-4 sites in the California LCC (e.g. San Diego, San Francisco Bay Refuges). The ultimate goal is to provide science support tools for local adaptation planning from the bottom-up that may be implemented under a structured decision-making framework.Science Delivery Phase (2013): The objectives are to: (1) Disseminate site-specific baseline data and modeling results, reveal coast-wide [...]

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Purpose

USFWS National Wildlife Refuges, FWS Inventory and Monitoring, NOAA National Estuary Reserves, San Francisco Bay Joint Venture, South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project,

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Communities

  • California Landscape Conservation Cooperative
  • LC MAP - Landscape Conservation Management and Analysis Portal

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  • Sea-level rise modeling across the California salt marsh gradient for resource managers: evaluation of methodology

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