Coastal Management Fellowship Project Summaries by Year
2011-2013 Fellowship Project Summaries
California: Hilary Papendick, from the University of Washington and nominated by Washington Sea Grant, was matched with the California Coastal Commission to improve analysis, coordination, and communication to plan for and adapt to climate change in California.
Michigan: Liz Durfee, from the University of Michigan and nominated by Michigan Sea Grant, was matched with the Michigan Coastal Management Program to develop metrics, tools, and plans to address competing uses in Michigan's working waterfronts.
New Jersey: Wes Bickford, from the University of Maryland and nominated by Maryland Sea Grant, was matched with the New Jersey Coastal Management Program to develop a stakeholder framework and decision-support tools for coastal and marine spatial planning.
New York: Zach Singer-Leavitt, from the University of Michigan and nominated by Michigan Sea Grant, was matched with the New York Department of State Division of Coastal Resources to develop an offshore spatial plan for managing competing uses in a crowded offshore environment.
Oregon: Cinamon Moffett, from the University of Maine and nominated by Maine Sea Grant, was matched with the Oregon Coastal Management Program to address issues of climate change, restoration, and sustainability on the Oregon coast.
South Carolina: Sarah Latshaw, from the College of Charleston and nominated by South Carolina Sea Grant, was matched with the South Carolina Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management to identify vulnerabilities and mitigate coastal hazards in South Carolina.