Identifying Conservation Priorities for Sea Level Rise Adaptation in Coastal Maryland
Maryland incorporated climate change impacts, specifically sea level rise, into its conservation priorities. Learn about the state’s initial considerations as it worked through this process and the geospatial best practices it incorporated to identify wetland conservation priorities for climate adaptation.
Case study provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
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