Check out the PBS News Hour video featuring living shoreline projects in northwest Florida.
Reference: Upton, J. As seas rise, Americans use nature to fight worsening erosion. PBS News Hour. July 2018. Accessed 8/23/2018
Gulf of Mexico Alliance
The Gulf of Mexico Alliance (GOMA) is a Regional Ocean Partnership and 501c3 non-profit organization, lead by leadership from the five U.S. Gulf States, working to sustain the resources of the Gulf of Mexico. Priority issues include coastal resilience, data and monitoring, education and engagement, habitat resources, water resources, and wildlife and fisheries.
Carbon Burial in Natural and Created Fringing Marshes of Northwest Florida (Choctawhatchee to Pensacola Bay). U.S. Department of Defense Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program.
Prepared by Jenny Davis, Carolyn Currin, and Nathan Mctigue
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Ocean Service (NOS), National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS)
Pensacola and Perdido Bays Estuary Program (PPBEP) Restore Estuary Intro Presentation (2017)
Amy Newbold, the RESTORE Projects Manager at EPA Gulf of Mexico Program, presented an overview of the Pensacola and Perdido Bays Estuary Program (PPBEP) grant and elements of an estuary program.
Estuary Program Presentation (2017)
Chips Kirschenfeld, Technical Advisory Committee Chairman, presented an overview of the Pensacola and Perdido Bays Estuary Program (PPBEP), expected outcomes and goals, and next steps.
Environmental Quality of the Pensacola Bay System: Retrospective Review for Future Resource Management and Rehabilitation (2016)
Lewis, Michael, J. Taylor Kirschenfeld, and Traci Goodhart. Environmental Quality of the Pensacola Bay System: Retrospective Review for Future Resource Management and Rehabilitation. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Gulf Breeze, FL, EPA/600/R-16/169, 2016
The Ecological Condition of the Pensacola Bay System (2005)
A State of the Bay report by John Macauley (office of Research and Development, US EPA), Lisa Smith and Barbara Ruth (FL. Department of Environmental Protection).
Estimating and Projecting Impervious Cover in the Southeastern United States (2005)
Linda R. Exum, Sandra L. Bird, James Harrison and Christine A. Perkins
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