TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Incorporating Aquatic Habitat Values in Working Waterfronts

Ronald Alevras* and Sarah Zappala

HDR LMS

Spatial Metrics of Surface Runoff and Flood Modeling in a Coastal Barrier Environment

Thomas R. Allen

Department of Geography, East Carolina University

Expanding Lateral Access along Rhode Island’s Shoreline Using the Doctrine of Custom

Amanda J. Argentieri

Marine Affairs Institute, Roger Williams University School of Law

Cooperation, Community and the Commons: Building Equity and Protecting Reefs in Bocas Del Toro, Panama

Robert “BJ” Atanasio

Bureaucratic Expertise, International Advocacy, and Policy Entrepreneurs: Re-Zoning the Great Barrier Reef

Betsi Beem

University of Sydney

Using Social Marketing to Augment Effective Growth Management in Coastal Maine

Stacy Benjamin*, John Weber, and Patrick Wright,

Land Use Program, Maine State Planning Office

Restoring Santa Monica Bay’s Largest Wetland: Ballona Wetlands Restoration Planning

Sean Bergquist

Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission

Measuring the Impacts of Sea Level Rise on Coastal Real Estate in North Carolina

Okmyung Bin*, Ben Poulter, Chris Dumas, and John Whitehead

Department of Economics, East Carolina University

Best Management Practices for Adaptive Management of Large-Scale Restoration Programs

Justin Boevers

School of Marine Affairs, University of Washington

Sand, Not Just Beach Fill and Toejam

Justin Boevers

University of Washington School of Marine Affairs

Meeting the Needs of Coastal Communities in the Face of Climate Change: Creating a National Model of State-Based Outreach

Jenna Borberg

Oregon State University, College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences

Lessons Learned at Fishtown: Preserving Heritage Fishery Tourism in Leland, Michigan

Mark A. Breederland* and Amanda Holmes

Michigan Sea Grant, Michigan State University Extension

Examining the Efficacy of Coastal Restoration in Louisiana

Rex H. Caffey*, Christiane Aust, and Hamady Diop

Center for Natural Resource Economics & Policy

Wave Energy on the Oregon Coast: New Developments and Alternative Environmental Planning Processes

Holly V. Campbell*, Finlay Anderson, Gail Achterman, and Michael Harte

Marine Resource Management Program, College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University

Envisioning the Future of Coastal and Ocean Management: Bringing Science to Management

Ralph Cantral* and Joelle Gore

NOAA Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management

Technology Tools for Coastal-Marine Ecosystem-Based Management

Sarah Carr

NatureServe

Trends in Coastal Community Vulnerability in the State of Hawai’i Based on Multitemporal Land Cover Characterizations

Jamie Carter*, Christine Feinholz, and Matt McBride

Perot Systems Government Services at the NOAA Pacific Services Center

Partnering for Collaborative Coastal Conservation

Brooke Chakides*, Nancy Cofer-Shabica and Lori Cary-Kothera

NOAA Coastal Services Center

Sea Grant’s Role in Improving Coastal Management in Hawaii

Chris Conger

Department of Land and Natural Resources, Office of Conservation and Coastal Lands, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Maine’s Working Waterfronts Access Protection Program: Lessons from the Waterfront

Jim Connors

Maine Coastal Program

Engaging Coastal Communities in Wave Energy Development

Flaxen Conway* and Kaety Hildenbrand

Department of Sociology, Oregon State University

Walking in Each Others’ Footprints: The Benefits and Costs of Cooperation

Flaxen D.L. Conway* and Kaety Hildenbrand

Department of Sociology, Oregon State University

The Gulf of Mexico at a Glance: A Presentation of Selected Regional Socioeconomic Variables Developed in Support of the Gulf of Mexico Alliance

Kristen Crossett

NOAA / NOS Special Projects Division

Economic Indicators for Coastal Communities: The “Bottom Line” of Climate Change for the Nation’s Valuable Coastline

Kirstin L. Csik* and Judith Kildow

National Ocean Economics Program, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute

Evaluating Management Strategies to Mitigate Impacts of Aquatic Invasive Species

Alisha Dahlstrom

University of California Sea Grant

You Can Lead Horses to Ballast Water Information, But You Can’t Make Them Remember It: Evaluating the WCBOP’s Aquatic Invasive Species and Ballast Water Outreach

Alisha Dahlstrom

University of California Sea Grant

Developing a Program for Improving Compliance with the California Coastal Act

Elijah A. Davidian

California Coastal Commission

The Surfrider Foundation’s Blue Water Task Force

Mara Dias

Surfrider Foundation

Impacts of Climate Change on San Francisco Bay

Tim Doherty* and Leslie Lacko

San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission

Keeping Vessels at the Water’s Edge: Progressive Stewardship of Public Trustlands in Massachusetts

Dennis Ducsik

Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management

Marine Aquaculture: Examples of Emerging Property Interests

John A. Duff

Environmental, Earth and Ocean Sciences Department, University of Massachusetts-Boston

Climate Change and Tourism: The Case for the Coastline of the Outer Banks, North Carolina

David L. Edgell, Sr.* and Carolyn E. McCormick

Department of Hospitality and Management, The North Carolina Center for Sustainable Tourism, East Carolina University

Integrating Cross-Sectoral Watershed Management to Address Land-Based Sources of Marine Pollution: The Case of the Demerara Watershed, Guyana

Arwen L. Edsall

School of Marine Affairs, University of Washington and NOAA National Ocean Service, International Program Office

Exploring Area-Based Management: A Deeper Look at On-the-Ground Examples of Comprehensive Marine Spatial Management

Bud Ehler

Consultant, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO

Climate Change on the West Coast: Identified Needs to Increase Community Resilience

Chris Ellis

NOAA Coastal Services Center

Ocean Energy Development: Linking Policy, Science and Industry in California

Laura Engeman, Paul Siri and Sheila Semans

California Ocean Protection Council

Sailing to Solutions: When New Initiatives Enhance Collaboration, Communication and Participation, Marinas and the Environment Benefit

Tali Engoltz

Coastal Management Office, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

Global Sea Level Rise: Policy and Planning Implications for Hawaii’s Coastal Communities

Dolan Eversole

University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program

Economic Justice Implications of the Effect of Fishery Management Measures on International Trade Flows

Monica Galligan

California State University Monterey Bay

Lessons Learned: Integrating Geospatial Technology into Local Coastal Zone Management

Jordan Gass

Department of Planning and Natural Resources, Virgin Islands Division of Coastal Zone Management

The Biological Aspects of the Biofouling of Maritime Vessels and its Management as an Alien Species Transport Mechanism

Scott Godwin

Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology

An Interagency Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management Web Portal: HumanDimensions.gov or HD.gov

Hansje Gold-Krueck, Thomas E. Fish, Fred J. Clark, and Lauren Smith (presented by Chris Ellis)

NOAA Coastal Services Center

Distribution and Transport of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons within Suspended Particulate Matter from the Columbia River and Estuary

Tiffany Gregg

College of Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University

Developing a Sea Grant Regional Research and Information Needs Strategy for the Pacific Coast

Phyllis Grifman*, Julie Risien and Juliette Finzi

University of Southern California Sea Grant Program

Pacific Islands Climate Change Portal

Carrie Hall*, Mary Lou Cumberpatch, Marjorie Ernst, Stephanie Fauver, and Sarah van der Schalie

NOAA Coastal Programs Division

Participatory GIS: Evaluation and Comparison of Two Coastal Case Studies

Zac Hart*, Chrissa Stroh, and Danielle Bamford

Human Dimensions Program, NOAA Coastal Services Center

Fairness in Coastal Management Decision-Making: Ensuring that Planning Processes are Procedurally Just

Christopher Hawkins* and David K. Loomis

Human Dimensions of Marine and Coastal Ecosystems Program, Department of Natural Resources Conservation, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Legal and Policy Impacts of Sea Level Rise to Beaches and Coastal Property

Megan Higgins

Marine Affairs Institute, Roger Williams University School of Law

Dealing with Knowledge and Perceptions in Complex Coastal Issues

Saskia Hommes*, Henriette S. Otter, Suzanne J.M.H. Hulscher, Hans Th.A. Bressers, and Jan P.M. Mulder

Water Engineering and Management, University of Twente

Adapting to Coastal Climate Change and Sea Level Rise to Improve Social-Ecological Resilience

Daniel Huppert*, Marc Hershman, Alexander Petersen, Karen Dyson, and Amber Moore

School of Marine Affairs & Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington

Marine Affairs Education in the 21st Century

Mark T. Imperial

Department of Public and International Affairs, University of North Carolina-Wilmington

Implementing Ecosystem-Based Management within the Ventura River Bioregion

A. Paul Jenkin

Surfrider Foundation

Connecticut Coastal Hazards Data Portal and Visualization Tool

Joel Johnson

Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, Office of Long Island Sounds Program

Preventing Aquatic Invasive Species Transport by Boats Traveling the Coasts of California and Baja California

Leigh Taylor Johnson* and Jamie Anne Gonzales

University of California Sea Grant Extension Program

Financing Coastal Protection: Tool and Case Studies That Can Lead You to Success

Tim Jones and Rakhi Kasat

EPA Office of Wetlands, Oceans, and Watersheds

Financing Coastal Protection: Tools and Ideas That Can Help Fund Your Programs

Tim Jones and Rakhi Kasat

EPA Office of Wetlands, Oceans, and Watersheds

Akkeshi: A Small Town’s Challenge for Coastal Zone Management

Midori Kawabe

Department of Marine Science, Tokyo University of Marine Science & Technology

Education for a Sustainable Tokyo Bay: Learning Through a University and Coastal Communities Partnership

Midori Kawabe

Department of Marine Science, Tokyo University of Marine Science & Technology

Uncertainty in Climate Change Process Limits Management Options: A Bangladesh Case Study

Mohammad Khorshed Alam Khastagir

Marine Affairs Program, Dalhousie University and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh

Climate Change and the Law, Economics and Policy of California Land Use Change: Coastal Management Risk and Vulnerabilities

Judith Kildow*, Meg Caldwell, Karen Seto and Michael Mastrandrea

Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute

Strategies for Adaptation to Climate Change: The Nature Conservancy’s Approach in New England

Kate Killerlain Morrison

The Nature Conservancy – Massachusetts Chapter

Social Equity, Coastal Law and Policy: Framing the Dialogue

Kate Killerlain Morrison* and Kristi L. Bergemann

The Nature Conservancy – Massachusetts Chapter

Lots of Base Hits and (Maybe) a Lucky Home Run: A Different Strategy for United States Marine Policy

Lauriston R. King

Ph.D. Program in Coastal Resources Management, East Carolina University

The Regulatory Regime for Wave Energy Development in Oregon: Making It Work for Everyone

Paul N. Klarin

Department of Land Conservation and Development, Oregon Coastal Management Program

A Google Earth Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: An Oregon Coastal Atlas Module

Andy Lanier*, Tanya Haddad, and Bob Bailey

Coastal Management Program, Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development

Virginia Coastal Zone: Managing Land and Water Use Conflicts within a Multi-Jurisdictional Regulatory Framework

Lewie Lawrence

Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission

Concentrated Animal Feed Operations (CAFOs): Implications for Coastal and Watershed Land Use Planning within the Great Lakes Coastal Zone of NW Ohio

Patrick L. Lawrence

Department of Geography and Planning, University of Toledo

Scuba Diver Specialization and Norms: Integrating Human Dimensions in Coral Reef Management

David K. Loomis

University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Human Dimensions in Managing Coastal Quality

Susan Lovelace

NOAA Hollings Marine Laboratory

Understanding Knowledge, Attitudes and Access to Knowledge to Enhance Environmental Decision-Making

Susan Lovelace

Coastal Resources Management Ph.D. Program, East Carolina University and NOAA Hollings Marine Laboratory

Starving the Pacific Coastal Beaches of California, Oregon, and Washington

Orville T. Magoon

Natural Hazards, Physical Planning and Caribbean Coastal Tourism: A Case Study of Grand Anse, Grenada

Roche Mahon

Department of Surveying and Land Information, University of the West Indies

Implications of Development as Indicated by Permitting Trends on Coastal Erosion in Florida Coastal Areas

Ariana Marshall* and Larry Robinson

Florida A&M University NOAA Environmental Cooperative Science Center

Effectively Linking Land Use Research to Decision Making: A Case Study in Federal Funding Program Design

Kalle E. Matso*, Justine Stadler, and Dolores Leonard

The Cooperative Institute for Coastal and Estuarine Environmental Technology, University of New Hampshire

Beyond Politics of Place

Linda Maxson* and Miles Logsdon

University of Washington

Land Cover Maps for Monitoring Changes in the Nation’s Coastal Zone

John McCombs* and Susan Fox

NOAA Coastal Services Center

Marine Debris Knowledge: Using the Best Science to Guide Our Efforts

Kristine McElwee

NOAA Marine Debris Program

Coastal Structures in Massachusetts and Options for Future Management

Leslie-Ann S. McGee*, Julia Knisel and Wes Shaw

Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management

Planning Working Waterfronts in Massachusetts

Leslie-Ann S. McGee* and Brad Washburn

Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management

Seafloor Mapping Science and Habitat Classification to Facilitate Integrated Multi-Use Ocean Management in Massachusetts

Leslie-Ann S. McGee* and Brad Washburn

Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management

Land Use Land Cover Change and County Land Use Planning: Are Land Use Plans, or Lack Thereof, One of the Agents of Observed Changes in Coastal North Carolina?

Gregory Meyer

Coastal Resources Management Program, East Carolina University

Regulations Protecting Public Rights to Natural Resources

Timothy M. Mulvaney

New Jersey Attorney General’s Office

Development of a Vertical Datum Transformation Tool and a Bathymetric/Topographic Digital Elevation Model for Southern California

Edward Myers*, Frank Aikman III and Jason Woolard

NOAA National Ocean Service Coast Survey Development Laboratory

An Assessment of the Environmental, Economic and Social Issues Associated with Integrated Coastal Zone Management in India

K. Shadananan Nair

Centre for Earth Research and Environment Management

The Socioeconomics and Management of Surfing Areas: International Case Studies from Mexico, Spain, California and Australia

Chad Nelsen*, Neil Lazarow, Dean LaTourette and Paula Pijoan

Surfrider Foundation

The Coastal Act: What Different Has It Made?

Jeffrey A. Onsted* and Gail Osherenko

Environmental Studies Department, Florida International University

Tidal Energy in Washington State: Navigating the New Frontier

Rebekah R. Padgett* and Olivia H. Romano

Shorelands and Environmental Assistance Program, Washington State Department of Ecology

Integrated Ocean and Coastal Management: Providing Solutions to Coastal Challenges

Roger Parsons

NOAA Integrated Ocean and Coastal Mapping (Ret.)

Combined Economic and Environmental Indicators of Coastal and Ocean Health: Working Waterfronts

Linwood Pendleton*, Allison Chan and Scott Norris

Coastal Ocean Values Center, The Ocean Foundation

A Case Study: A Fishers’ Cooperative in Lower Plaquemines Parish as an Avenue for Integrating Social Equity into Coastal Management

Rosina Philippe and Kristina Peterson*

Center for Hazards Assessment, Response and Technology, University of New Orleans

Knowledge Diffusion in Two Marine Protected Areas Networks in the Central Visayas Region, Philippines

Diana M. Pietri* and Patrick Christie

School of Marine Affairs, University of Washington

Waterfront Land Use Change and Marine Resource Regulation: The New Bedford Pilot Study

Michelle E. Portman

Marine Policy Center, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Sustainable Developments in Coastal Mississippi After Hurricane Katrina

Melissa Pringle*, Jeff Allen, Adam Dial, and Jay Estes

Eco-Systems, Inc.

Linking Science, Policy and Management: Case Studies and Lessons Learned

Marina Psaros

San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

Beach Water Quality: Balancing Competing Resource Uses within the Existing Regulatory Framework

Renee Purdy* and Ginachi Amah

California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Los Angeles Region

An Organizational Framework for Strengthened Links Between Science and Policy in Coastal Zone Management

Melissa Rada* and Braxton Davis

Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control

Marine Stewardship Area Offers a Model for Integrating Science, Management, Stewardship and Ecosystem Thinking in the Conservation of Coastal Resources

Kit Rawson*, Jody Kennedy and Jacques White

Tulalip Natural Resources Department, Tulalip Tribes

The Subtidal Habitat Goals Project: Working Toward Ecosystem-Based Management (EBM) in San Francisco Bay

Daniel Robinson

San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission

Coastal Agriculture of Bangladesh: How to Adapt to Sea Level Rise?

Golam Mahabub Sarwar

Committed to Earth Care

Collaborative Development of Science, Restoration and Protection Goals for San Francisco Bay

Korie Schaeffer*, Marcia Brockbank, Abe Doherty, Brenda Goeden, Christina Hoffman, Natalie Cosentino-Manning, Dan Robinson, Rebecca Smyth and Caitlin Sweeney

NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service Habitat Conservation Division

North Carolina: Tackling Emerging Ocean Policy Challenges

Lisa C. Schiavinato* and Joseph J. Kalo

North Carolina Sea Grant

Creating an Integrated Ocean Monitoring System: California’s Recent Initiatives to Provide Better Science for Resource Management

Sheila Semans* and Paul Siri

State Coastal Conservancy

Addressing Sustainable Public Access in the Virginia Coastal Zone

Jacqueline L. Shapo* and Lewis L. Lawrence

NOAA Coastal Services Center

The Massachusetts StormSmart Coasts Program

Wesley Shaw

NOAA Coastal Services Center, Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management

Improving Coastal Land Use Planning Through a Grant Competition

Stephanie Showalter

National Sea Grant Law Center

Improving Fisheries Management Through a Grant Competition

Stephanie Showalter

National Sea Grant Law Center

Exploring Coastal Management Legal Issues Through a Grant Competition

Stephanie Showalter

National Sea Grant Law Center

Reef Check California: Applying Scientific Rigor to Community-Based Subtidal Monitoring

Craig S. Shuman*, Cyndi Dawson, Colleen Wisniewski, Claudette Dorsey, Chris Knight, and Gregor Hodgson

Reef Check Foundation

Newcastle’s South Pacific Beach – Reinvented

Robert Sirasch

University of Newcastle, Australia

Developing a Beachfront Digital Inventory to Enforce South Carolina’s 40-Year Retreat Policy

Matthew Slagel

Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control

An Assessment of Maritime Infrastructure and Water-Dependent Uses in the New York City Metropolitan Area

Tiffany C. Smythe*, Robert Freudenberg, and Robert Pirani

Department of Marine Affairs, University of Rhode Island

The Reedsport Settlement Process: A Model for Wave Energy Planning?

Pete Stauffer

Surfrider Foundation

Living Shorelines Projects on the Eastern Shore of Maryland

Bhaskaran Subramanian*, Audra Luscher, David Wilson, Lee Anne Janney, and Johann Martinez

Riparian and Wetlands Restoration, Maryland Department of Natural Resources

Preserving Seafood-Related Working Waterfronts Through Strategic Decision Making Processes

Gilbert Sylvia*, Heather Mann, Laurel Kellner, Jeff Feldner, Susan Hanna, Michael Dickerson, Adam Zimmerman, and Margret Kirby

Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Station, Oregon State University

Beach and Inlet Management Planning in North Carolina: Assessing the Needs of Local Beach Communities

Lauren Theodore

North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Division of Coastal Management

The Fate of Working Waterfronts after Hurricane Katrina: The Mississippi and Alabama Experience

Jody A. Thompson

Auburn University of Marine Extension and Research Center, Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium

Should Government Control the Cost of Overnight Accommodations Along the Coast?

Robert Thompson

Department of Marine Affairs, University of Rhode Island

Social Equity, On-Street Parking, and Shoreline Access

Robert Thompson

Department of Marine Affairs, University of Rhode Island

Minimizing Ship Strikes on Whales: An Integration of Science, Technology and Management in the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary

Paul C. Ticco

Northeast and Great Lakes Region, NOAA National Marine Sanctuary Program

Finding Common Ground: Approaches Used in Designing Program Evaluation Guidance for the National Estuary Program

Theresa Trainor*, James F. McManus, Richard Ribb, and Ginger Hinchcliff

Oceans and Coastal Protection Division, EPA Office of Water

A Conservation Practitioner’s Toolkit: Leasing and Ownership Within Ocean and Coastal Waters

Jay Udelhoven

The Nature Conservancy – Global Marine Initiative

North Carolina’s Initial Approach to Retaining and Enhancing Working Waterfronts and Public Access

Michael P. Voiland* and Kathleen E. Angione

North Carolina Sea Grant Program

The Portfields Initiative: Revitalizing Port and Harbor Communities

Kenneth Walker*, Brent Ache, Mary Baker, David Holst, and Robert Neely

National Policy and Evaluation Division, NOAA Office of Ocean and Coastal Resources Management

Evolution of Maritime Transportation in Chang Shan Islands, China

Haizhuang Wang

School of Urban & Environment, Liaoning Normal University

Mapping the Social Landscape of Land Use Decision Making in a New Hampshire Watershed

Erika L. Washburn

Ocean Process Analysis Laboratory, University of New Hampshire

Development of Ohio’s Lake Erie Shore Erosion Management Plan

Amanda A. Wenczel*, Deborah L. Beck, Brian D. George, Sandra Kosek-Sills, Sharon Lingle, Constance J. Livchak, and Eric Weimer

Office of Coastal Management, Ohio Department of Natural Resources

Challenging Issues, Challenging Future: Take the Challenge to Be a Leader in Coastal Management in 2028

Susan White* and Cory Riley

Hollings Marine Laboratory & Center for Excellence in Oceans and Human Health, NOAA National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science

Early Warning Systems for Coastal Ecosystems and Public Health Concerns

Susan White

Hollings Marine Laboratory & Center for Excellence in Oceans and Human Health, NOAA National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science

Development and Evaluation of Management Measures for Erosion Response in 25 Coastal States

Rick Wilson

Surfrider Foundation

The Possibility of Using Mangrove Forests as Natural Fortress to Tsunami Impacts on Indonesian Coasts: A Preliminary Study

Achmad Yasir Baeda

Hiroshima University, Graduate School of IDEC

California Water and Land Use Partnership: Lessons Learned from Early Stage of Stakeholder Collaboration

Susan F. Zaleski

University of Southern California Sea Grant Program

Problems with Climatic and Related Data in Coastal Management Planning and Practices

Gregory A. Zielinski* and Lisa C. Schiavinato

South Carolina and North Carolina Sea Grant Programs