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Puerto Rico Coastal Adaptation Project

The Puerto Rico Coastal Management Program (PRCZMP) is conducting a two-year Coastal Adaptation Project. The goal is to develop a coastal zone vulnerability assessment and appropriate adaptation strategies to help Puerto Rico cope with existing coastal hazards and future climate changes. The project is utilizing participatory stakeholder processes, spatial analysis tools, geophysical and chemical scientific knowledge, and utilization of the best available data from Puerto Rico’s experts in order to develop broadly applicable outputs.

The Engineering Research and Development Center (ERDC) is a U.S.

The mission of the South Atlantic LCC: Facilitate conservation actions that sustain natural and cultural resources, guided by a shared adaptive blueprint.

We are a not-for-profit coalition of partners whose common purpose is to promote the long-term viability of the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence region. 

The Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence Coalition on Sustainability (Coalition -SGSL) was formally constituted in November 1999, with the mission to promote the long-term viability of the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence ecosystem.

Headquarters for the Southeast Region of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, a bureau within the Department of Interior. The Southeast is comprised of 10 states and includes 102 national wildlife refuges.

Climate Change and Biodiversity: Forecasts from the Past

Part of the Safeguarding Wildlife from Climate Change Web Conference Series, this webinar explores the approaches most commonly implemented to model the large-scale response of amphibians and reptiles to climate change. Steven Jackson, professor of Botany and director of the Program in Ecology at the University of Wyoming, discusses what conclusions can be drawn from vulnerability assessments and what kinds of data are necessary to execute an assessment.