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This bimonthly trade publication brings new ideas to coastal resource management programs.
This monthly newsletter showcases products and services available from the Digital Coast Partnership and NOAA Coastal Services Center.
A quarterly newsletter that provides information about the Coastal Management Fellowship Program.
Describes the products and services offered by the NOAA Coastal Services Center.
Provides basic information about remote sensing technology and illustrates how it is used to address coastal issues.
Outlines eight steps to help communities calculate sea level change scenarios and communicate impacts.
Introduction to key elements and practices that will increase the success of a focus group effort.
Basic economic concepts and methods are provided and explanations on how economics can be used to improve coastal resource management
Simple strategies for planning and facilitating effective meetings.
Important principles and commonly used techniques for engaging stakeholders in coastal resource management.
Insight into the various types of survey methods and techniques used by coastal resource managers.
Provides step-by-step best practices and tips for those charged with developing and mapping marine boundaries.
Provides a basic understanding of parameters, uncertainties, and appropriate uses of model results depicting potential future impacts of sea level rise on coastal wetlands.
Describes a process for planning for an evaluation of a project or program.
A multi-step process to systematically assess the direction and priorities of an organization.
Simple strategies for facilitators leading a participatory mapping process.
Guidance and examples on using simulated images to communicate coastal issues.
Includes themes and key messages to help planners communicate the value and benefits of incorporating hazard mitigation in comprehensive planning.
Constituents of the NOAA Coastal Services Center are polled regarding their needs and capabilities.
Includes the resources and procedures used to develop reliable benthic habitat information.
A report that explored and documented the factors underlying specific coastal hazards risk and resilience related behaviors among local land-use planners in coastal zones of four of the NOAA regions.
This report provides a review and summary of the relevant literature, methods and approaches for mapping human uses.
Summarizes land cover status in 2010 and land cover changes over the previous decades using maps and graphics.
Provides current information on the audiences involved in coastal and marine spatial planning.
Report and accompanying infographics examine and visually illustrate the economic contributions of the oceans and Great Lakes.
Provides information about the science of behavior in the face of coastal hazards.
A report on the processes by which various audiences receive, interpret, and use storm surge data.
Examines how strategically protecting natural lands and open space can reduce damages from flooding and also provide environmental and social benefit.
A handout that covers the complexity of behavior in the face of risk and offers best practices for risk communication.
Points users to the time-sensitive information needed before, during, and after a storm.
Explains the best way to access and use NOAA’s storm-related data and information.
Helps people understand this concept and advance its implementation.
An interagency portal focused on the human dimensions of natural resource management.