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"In this Collaborative Science for Estuaries webinar, Jenni Schmitt and Jill Rolfe described the collaborative stakeholder engagement process driving an integrated assessment aimed at modernizing coastal land use planning in Oregon, and provided a snapshot of the products and recommendations...
This report presents a preliminary evaluation of the Coos Bay Estuary Management Plan (CBEMP). The evaluation is intended to inform a comprehensive review and update of the CBEMP that will begin in 2017. The preliminary evaluation focuses on areas where the legal framework might have changed,...
"Coos County, City of Coos Bay and City of North Bend co-manage the Coos Bay Estuary Management Plan (CBEMP) where Coos County is considered the lead agency for updates to the plan. A revision process for the CBEMP was initiated through a desire from the Partnership for Coastal Watersheds (PCW) to...
"The intent of the Coos Estuary Land Use Analysis is to assist the Coos County Planning Department to update environmental and community data related to the Coos Bay Estuary Management Plan. To that end, this project comprises three main pieces: The Coos Estuary Map Atlas, Focus Group...
The NWFSC's mission is to conduct the science necessary to conserve marine and anadromous species and their habitats off the Washington, Oregon, and northern California coasts and in freshwater rivers of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. Their research provides reliable, relevant, and credible...
"Preparing for a Cascadia Subduction Zone Tsunami: A Land Use Guide for Oregon Coastal Communities prepared by the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD), was released on January 15, 2014 and updated in April 2015. This tsunami land use guidance was originally developed by...
"The continued decline of Columbia River salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) populations has long focused concerns on habitat changes upriver, particularly the effects of large hydroelectric dams. Increasing evidence that ocean conditions strongly influence salmon production, however, has raised questions...
A strategy document from the Oregon Coastal Management Program, Department of Land Conservation and Development (2009).
Report of the Coastal Areas and Marine Resources Sector Team, U.S. National Assessment of the Potential Consequences of Climate Variability and Change, U.S. Global Change Research Program. NOAA Coastal Ocean Program Decision Analysis Series No. #21. NOAA Coastal Ocean Program, Silver Spring, MD.
Environmental Protection Agency environmental monitoriing and assessment program (EMAP) report on the overall quality of estuaries in Oregon and Washington. March 2006.
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