County departments identify specific actions to adapt to climate change through the Roadmap for Adapting to Coastal Risk training.
The Habitat Priority Planner and C-CAP data were used to identify and prioritize habitat restoration projects to meet goals identified in the Great Lakes Regional Collaboration Strategy.
C-CAP data helped in the development of a conservation plan for the Yaquina watershed.
C-CAP data and additional land cover analysis highlight the loss of forests and related ecosystem services following Hurricane Katrina.
High-resolution imagery was used to assess and monitor the effect of boating activity on seagrass meadows in Redfish Bay.
The Beach-Dune Susceptibility Assessment uses lidar and aerial imagery data to develop a vulnerability rating.
C-CAP data were used to produce additional land cover information to assess the risk of fire and the proximity to urban developments.
New Jersey is engaging communities in hazard mitigation planning through the use of vulnerability assessment tools.
C-CAP data were analyzed using the Nonpoint Source Pollution and Erosion Comparison Tool to understand hydrologic processes in the Hanalei Bay watershed.
OpenNSPECT and the Habitat Priority Planner were used to assess land based threats and prioritize restoration areas.
The Tutuila Hazard Assessment Template (T-HAT) was developed to facilitate the identification of potential multi-hazard risk areas for any location on the main island of Tutuila.
The Sea Level Rise and Coastal Flooding Impacts Viewer data helped local planners identify the impacts of shoreline armoring on seagrass habitats.
C-CAP data were used in the assessment of water resource health and stability in the Delaware River basin.
C-CAP data were used to produce additional land cover information to assess the impact of impervious surface on water supply.
C-CAP data were used to evaluate the impacts of Hurricane Katrina in Breton Sound, Louisiana, and assess how this area had recovered almost one year later.
C-CAP data helped officials predict differences in tsunami risk across inundation zones.
Partners unite to put the right Digital Coast data, tools, and training into the hands of communities working to restore vital estuary habitat
The Roadmap for Adapting to Coastal Risk framework helped integrate resilience to hazards and climate change into community planning efforts.
The Coastal Resilience Long Island tool is being used by decision makers to gain a better understanding of ecological, social, and economic impacts from coastal hazards.
The Beachfront Vulnerability Index helps communities become more resilient to storm surge and erosion.
GIS service centers were established to build the technical capacity of coastal land trusts.
A participatory process was used to map coastal-use data to reduce anthropogenic threats to coral reefs.
Participatory mapping incorporates traditional knowledge into coastal planning and restoration.
Commercial and recreational fisheries contribute significantly to the region's ocean economy.
CanVis is helping coastal managers communicate flooding scenarios to shoreline residents in Green Bay.
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