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Hurricane Sandy Marsh Resiliency

The Marsh Resiliency project aligns regional restoration and science efforts that are underway to determine where and how to focus efforts to help marsh ecosystems and the species that depend on them persist in the face of climate change. By integrating monitoring, modeling, and tools, this project offers guidance to resource managers in prioritizing which restoration, conservation, and management actions are likely to be most effective in allowing critical marsh habitat to persist in place or migrate in the future.

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