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Coastal Land Trusts and Climate Change Adaptation

Renee Kivikko, Mark Silberstein, and Maria Whitehead
Created: 6/01/2011 - Updated: 8/16/2019

Abstract

This webinar discusses how land trusts on-the-ground are incorporating climate change impacts into conservation priorities and how resources available through this website can help land trusts incorporate climate change into their conservation efforts.

Published On

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Keywords

Sector Addressed: 
Conservation / Restoration
Disaster Risk Management
Land Use Planning
Target Climate Changes and Impacts: 
Flooding
Habitat extent
Salinization / Saltwater intrusion
Sea level rise
Species of concern
Type of Adaptation Action/Strategy: 
Natural Resource Management / Conservation
Incorporate future conditions into natural resources planning and policies
Enhance migration corridors and other connectivity measures
Capacity Building
Conduct / Gather additional research, data, and products
Infrastructure, Planning, and Development
Create or modify shoreline management measures
Governance and Policy
Maintain adequate financial resources for adaptation
Habitat/Biome Type: 
Coastal

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Case Study
Sector Addressed: 
Conservation / Restoration
Summary: 

The Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve (ESNERR) is located in California. Scientists are looking to determine the marsh sites at the reserve that will be able to withstand the effects of sea level rise. With this information, conservation and restoration strategies can be developed to support the most resilient marsh sites.