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File Project Work Plan
General project description, scope, objectives, and timeline for the 1-year multi-LCC coastal resilience project: Atlantic, Gulf and Caribbean
Located in Topics / Atlantic and Gulf Coast Resiliency / Documents
Living Shorelines Summit
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Image Common Tern colony at Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge
Common Tern colony at Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge
Located in Topics / Beach Resiliency / Photos and Images
Image Common Terns at Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge
Common Tern chick
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Image Octet Stream Coast Guard beach, Eastham, MA
Back barrier beach and dune
Located in Topics / Beach Resiliency / Photos and Images
Meet the new Coastal Resilience Research Associate
Climate scientist Emily Powell sees an opportunity to combine her expertise and her dedication to sharing information in a new role working with coastal LCCs on resilience issues: “I wanted to get back to the space between research, science, and communications, working as a liaison between data, tools, and the people who need them."
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Multi-Ecosystem Projects
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North Atlantic/Gulf Coast LCC Coastal Resilience Research Associate Hired
North Atlantic/Gulf Coast LCC Coastal Resilience Research Associate, Emily Powell, Ph.D., will begin her position in mid-August. She will be seated in the SE Climate Science Center at North Carolina State University in Raleigh. See the coastal resiliency workspace for more information on her project.
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USGS releases iPlover app for shorebird biologists
A new smartphone application funded by the North Atlantic LCC will help coordinate data collection and improve management of piping plover throughout its Atlantic range.
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