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The 22nd International Conference of The Coastal Society
Shifting Shorelines: Adapting to the Future

June 13 - 16, 2010
Wilmington, NC

Welcome from TCS President

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Papers

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THE RIGHT PEOPLE IN THE RIGHT ROOM: COASTAL ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN CALIFORNIA

Adina Abeles*, Margaret R. Caldwell, Tim Doherty, Russell Jackson, Kelley Johnson, Rebecca Lunde, Sara Polgar, Glenn Ricci, Pam Rubinoff, Courtney Scarborough, Adam Stein and Anne Walton

HD.GOV: AN INTERAGENCY WEB PORTAL FOCUSED ON THE HUMAN DIMENSIONS OF NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Jeffrey E. Adkins*, Fred J. Clark, Thomas E. Fish and Hansje Gold-Krueck

GEOVISUALIZATION STRATEGIES TO ANALYZE AND COMMUNICATE INUNDATION RISK FROM STORM SURGESGEOVISUALIZATION STRATEGIES TO ANALYZE AND COMMUNICATE INUNDATION RISK FROM STORM SURGES

Thomas Allen*, Nicholas Lee and Stephen Sanchagrin

SHORELINE ARMORING, RISK MANAGEMENT, AND COASTAL RESILIENCE UNDER RISING SEAS

Adam L. Ayers* and John N. Kittinger

LIMITED RESOURCES? LET THE HABITAT PRIORITY PLANNER HELP!LIMITED RESOURCES? LET THE HABITAT PRIORITY PLANNER HELP!

Bethney Ward* and Danielle Bamford

COASTAL BROWNFIELDS AND ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE: DISCUSSIONS ON POTENTIAL HAZARDS FROM CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER DISPLACEMENT DUE TO SALTWATER INCURSIONCOASTAL BROWNFIELDS AND ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE: DISCUSSIONS ON POTENTIAL HAZARDS FROM CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER DISPLACEMENT DUE TO SALTWATER INCURSION

Aaron Barnett*

ASSESSING SOCIETAL VULNERABILITY OF U.S. PACIFIC NORTHWEST COMMUNITIES TO STORMINDUCED COASTAL CHANGEASSESSING SOCIETAL VULNERABILITY OF U.S. PACIFIC NORTHWEST COMMUNITIES TO STORMINDUCED COASTAL CHANGE

Heather M. Baron*, Jonathan C. Allan, Patrick L. Corcoran, Peter Ruggiero and Nathan J. Wood

IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON SEAPORTS: A SURVEY OF KNOWLEDGE, PERCEPTIONS, AND PLANNING EFFORTS AMONG PORT ADMINISTRATORSIMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON SEAPORTS: A SURVEY OF KNOWLEDGE, PERCEPTIONS, AND PLANNING EFFORTS AMONG PORT ADMINISTRATORS

Austin Becker*, Martin Fischer and Pamela Matson

EXPERTISE AND POLICY CHANGE IN MANAGING THE GREAT BARRIER REEF MARINE PARK: THE ROLES OF INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC POLICY ARENAS

Betsi Beem*, Jimmy Andino, Barbara A. Best, Chanya Charles, Ann Jimerson and James Webster

MINIMIZING PRIVATE VESSEL INTERACTION WITH ENDANGERED SOUTHERN RESIDENT KILLER WHALES IN THE SALISH SEA

Barbara Lyon Bennett*

STATE HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN EVALUATION AND MODEL PRACTICES: ANALYSIS OF FEDERAL MITIGATION POLICY IN THE U.S.: MITIGATION PLANS, EXPENDITURES, CIVIC ENGAGEMENT, AND LOCAL CAPABILITY

Philip Berke*, Ward Lyles and Gavin Smith

STORMWATER RUNOFF - MODELING IMPACTS OF URBANIZATION AND CLIMATE CHANGESTORMWATER RUNOFF - MODELING IMPACTS OF URBANIZATION AND CLIMATE CHANGE

Anne Blair*, A. Frederick Holland, Denise Sanger, Lisa Vandiver, David White and Susan White

NATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: A PANEL DISCUSSION OF CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION EFFORTS IN DIVERSE COASTAL REGIONS OF THE UNITED STATESNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: A PANEL DISCUSSION OF CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION EFFORTS IN DIVERSE COASTAL REGIONS OF THE UNITED STATES

Andy Bohlander*, Patrick L. Corcoran, Spencer Rogers and Esperanza Stancioff

CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION AND PLANNING: AN EXAMPLE FROM KAILUA BEACH, OAHU, HAWAIICLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION AND PLANNING: AN EXAMPLE FROM KAILUA BEACH, OAHU, HAWAII

Andy Bohlander* and Dolan Eversole

SEA-LEVEL RISE IN HAWAII: IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE SHORELINE LOCATIONS AND HAWAII COASTAL MANAGEMENTSEA-LEVEL RISE IN HAWAII: IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE SHORELINE LOCATIONS AND HAWAII COASTAL MANAGEMENT

Andrew Bohlander*, Chris Conger and Dolan Eversole

VARIATIONS IN COMMUNITY EXPOSURE AND SENSITIVITY TO SEA-LEVEL RISE ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII

Andrew P. Bohlander* and Nathan J. Wood

POST-STORM REDEVELOPMENT PLANS AND COMMUNITY RESILIENCE

Patricia J. Bowie*

DEWATERING SHORELINESDEWATERING SHORELINES

Dennison Breese*

METHANE HYDRATE: THE END OF THE ENERGY CRISIS OR A CRISIS IN ITSELF?

Liz Brown-Pickren*, Hillary Huffer, Coley Hughes, Wendy Klein and Joyce Steinmetz

POLICY ANALYSIS OF SHORELINE RESTORATION OPTIONS ON PRIVATE SHORELINES OF PUGET SOUNDPOLICY ANALYSIS OF SHORELINE RESTORATION OPTIONS ON PRIVATE SHORELINES OF PUGET SOUND

Joe Burcar*

NEW PARTNERSHIP MODELS FOR COASTAL PRIORITIES

Paul M. Butler-Nalin* and William T. Rohring

LOOKING FOR SAFE HARBOR IN A CROWDED SEA: MARINE SPATIAL PLANNING, MARINE CONFLICT AND ITS AVOIDANCE

Holly V. Campbell* and Michael J. Harte

ADAPTATION OF COASTAL COMMUNITIES IN THE PHILIPPINES TO THE IMPACTS CLIMATE CHANGEADAPTATION OF COASTAL COMMUNITIES IN THE PHILIPPINES TO THE IMPACTS CLIMATE CHANGE

Maria Rebecca Campos*

DEVELOPING A NATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF COASTAL AND OCEAN RESOURCES: FINDING THE RIGHT SCALE

Ralph Cantral*

CROSS CULTURE EDUCATION AS CRITICAL TO PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Patrick Christie*, Brian Compton and Rehana Lanewala

REFORMING STATE-LEVEL COASTAL MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT POLICIES: STRATEGIC RETREAT AS AN INNOVATIVE, PROACTIVE AND EQUITABLE COASTAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT STRATEGYREFORMING STATE-LEVEL COASTAL MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT POLICIES: STRATEGIC RETREAT AS AN INNOVATIVE, PROACTIVE AND EQUITABLE COASTAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT STRATEGY

Andrew S. Coburn* and John Whitehead

TOWARD RESILIENCE TO CLIMATE CHANGE: CONDUCTING COMMUNITY RESEARCH & ENGAGEMENT

Joseph Cone*

CHANGING PLACE, CHANGING SPACE: MARINE ENERGY AND COASTAL COMMUNITIES IN OREGON

Flaxen D.L. Conway*, Holly Campbell, Zach Covell, Daniel Hunter, Maria Stephanovich, John Stevenson and Yao Yin

PLANNING FOR HURRICANES IN COASTAL NORTH CAROLINA: A TYPOLOGY OF ORGANIZATIONAL DECISION MAKING

Michelle Covi* and Donna Kain

ANALYZING SHORELINE CHANGE IN THE NEW RIVER ESTUARY, NC

L. Cowart*, C. Currin, M. Fonseca and A. Malhotra

PHYSICAL CIRCULATION MEASUREMENTS IN PAMLICO SOUND, USED TO LOCATE NEW OYSTER SANCTUARIESPHYSICAL CIRCULATION MEASUREMENTS IN PAMLICO SOUND, USED TO LOCATE NEW OYSTER SANCTUARIES

Cynthia N. Cudaback* and Amy T. Haase

BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY OF COASTAL LEADERS TO DEAL WITH SEA LEVEL RISE AND INUNDATIONBUILDING A SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY OF COASTAL LEADERS TO DEAL WITH SEA LEVEL RISE AND INUNDATION

Mary E. Culver*, Margaret Davidson, John Haines and Jerry Schubel

IF THE TIDE IS RISING, WHO PAYS FOR THE ARK?IF THE TIDE IS RISING, WHO PAYS FOR THE ARK?

Robert H. Cutting*, Lawrence B. Cahoon and Jack C. Hall

NOAA’S STATE OF THE COAST: HIGHLIGHTING CONNECTIONS ACROSS ECONOMY, ECOLOGY, COMMUNITIES, AND, CLIMATE

Christopher David*, Brent Ache, Kristen Crossett and Tonya Kane

SOUTH CAROLINA’S SHORELINE CHANGE ADVISORY COMMITTEE: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IMPROVED MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING

Braxton C. Davis* and Matthew J. Slagel

THE SOUTH ATLANTIC ALLIANCE: A SOUTHEASTERN U.S. STATE GOVERNORS INITIATIVE TO ADDRESS OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES EMBODIED IN THE REGION'S COASTAL AND OCEAN DOMAINTHE SOUTH ATLANTIC ALLIANCE: A SOUTHEASTERN U.S. STATE GOVERNORS INITIATIVE TO ADDRESS OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES EMBODIED IN THE REGION'S COASTAL AND OCEAN DOMAIN

M. Richard DeVoe*

TOWARD A MEASURE OF SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL RESILIENCE FOR HUMAN COMMUNITIESTOWARD A MEASURE OF SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL RESILIENCE FOR HUMAN COMMUNITIES

Maria K. Dillard*

MULTIPLE-AGENCY MANAGEMENT, MARINE PROTECTED AREAS, AND MONUMENTAL SURPRISE IN THE NORTHWESTERN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS

Anne Dowling*, John N. Kittinger, Per Olsson and Andrew P. Purves

PROMOTING INNOVATIVE STORMWATER SOLUTIONS FOR COASTAL PLAIN COMMUNITIESPROMOTING INNOVATIVE STORMWATER SOLUTIONS FOR COASTAL PLAIN COMMUNITIES

Sadie Drescher*

COASTAL HOMEOWNER ADAPTATION TO CHANGING HURRICANE RISK

Christopher F. Dumas*, Robert T. Burrus, Jr. and J. Edward Graham, Jr.

ECONOMIC IMPACTS AND RECREATION VALUE OF THE NORTH CAROLINA CHARTER AND HEADBOAT RECREATIONAL FISHING FLEETS

Christopher F. Dumas*, James Herstine, Craig Landry and John Whitehead

NORTH CAROLINA COASTAL HOMEOWNER KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE AND SEA LEVEL RISE RISKS -- CORRESPONDENCE WITH SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE

Christopher F. Dumas*, Douglas Gamble and Catherine W. Long

HABITAT ENHANCING MARINE STRUCTURES: CREATING HABITAT IN URBAN WATERSHABITAT ENHANCING MARINE STRUCTURES: CREATING HABITAT IN URBAN WATERS

Karen Dyson*

ONE MAN’S TRASH IS ANOTHER MAN’S TRAWL: AN ASSESSMENT OF DERILICT FISHING GEAR IN THE NORTH CAROLINA CORE SOUND

Chris Ellis*

THE BOUNDS OF COMMUNICATION: A SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS OF THE GULF OF MEXICO COASTAL STORMS PROGRAM

Chris Ellis*, Audra Luscher, Heidi Resksiek, Tina Sanchez and Tracie Sempier

COASTAL CLIMATE ADAPTATION: BUILDING A COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE

Stephanie Fauver* and Heidi Recksiek

SUSTAINABLE ESTUARINE SHORELINE STABILIZATION: RESEARCH, EDUCATION AND PUBLIC POLICY IN NORTH CAROLINA

John M. Fear* and Carolyn A. Currin

THE ROLE OF THE PUBLIC TRUST DOCTRINE IN ADVANCING SOCIAL JUSTICE IN COASTAL COMMUNITIES

Kristen M. Fletcher*

INNOVATIONS ON THE COASTS: COASTAL STATES’ ROLE IN OCEAN POLICY

Kristen M. Fletcher* and James H. Gregson

SEA LEVEL RISE AND COASTAL PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE: RISKS TO COASTAL SEWAGE COLLECTION SYSTEMS

Jefferson F. Flood* and Lawrence B. Cahoon

ENGAGING A COMMUNITY IN THE RESTORATION OF AN ESTUARY

Karen W. Forget*

PREPARING FOR AND ADAPTING TO CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS: NEXT STEPS FOR THE WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AQUATIC RESOURCES PROGRAMPREPARING FOR AND ADAPTING TO CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS: NEXT STEPS FOR THE WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AQUATIC RESOURCES PROGRAM

Angie Fredrickson*

DESIGNING THE LAST POTENTIAL RETROFIT SITE – REFINING THE LID PERMIT PROCESS

Hunter C. Freeman*

LOCAL SOLUTIONS TO LOCAL PROBLEMS: A STORMWATER EDUCATION COLLABORATIVELOCAL SOLUTIONS TO LOCAL PROBLEMS: A STORMWATER EDUCATION COLLABORATIVE

Karen Fuss*

ASSESSMENT OF POTENTIAL CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON STATE PARK SHORELINES, WASHINGTON STATE.

Anthony O. Gabriel*, Jeremy Murray and Ben Sainsbury

MAP THE TAC: GEOGRAPHICAL DEPICTION OF THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF FISHERY MANAGEMENT MEASURES

Monica Galligan*

THE INVENTORY OF US MARINE PROTECTED AREAS: BUILDING A NATIONAL SYSTEM OF MPA’S TO ENHANCE PLACE-BASED CONSERVATION

Jorgan Gass*, Mimi D'Iorio, Joseph Uravitch, Charles Wahle and Lauren Wenzel

WATER QUALITY STRATEGY FOR THE LOCKWOODS FOLLY RIVER: A PARTNERSHIP FOR AN AILING RIVERWATER QUALITY STRATEGY FOR THE LOCKWOODS FOLLY RIVER: A PARTNERSHIP FOR AN AILING RIVER

Mike Giles*

SAN FRANCISCO BAY REGIONAL SEDIMENT MANAGEMENT STRATEGY DEVELOPMENTSAN FRANCISCO BAY REGIONAL SEDIMENT MANAGEMENT STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT

Brenda C. Goeden*

USING CANVIS TO VISUALIZE COASTAL ISSUES

Hansje Gold-Krueck* and Chris Haynes

UNDERSTANDING THE IMPLICATIONS OF AN ICE-DIMINISHED ARCTIC THROUGH COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIPS

Hilary Goodwin* and Leigh Zimmerman

ADAPTING TO CLIMATE CHANGE: COMBINING ECONOMICS AND GEOMORPHOLOGY IN COASTAL POLICYADAPTING TO CLIMATE CHANGE: COMBINING ECONOMICS AND GEOMORPHOLOGY IN COASTAL POLICY

Sathya Gopalakrishnan*, Dylan McNamara, A. Brad Murray and Martin D. Smith

ENFORCEMENT OF ASSOCIATED PROTECTED MEASURES IN PARTICULARLY SENSITIVE SEA AREASENFORCEMENT OF ASSOCIATED PROTECTED MEASURES IN PARTICULARLY SENSITIVE SEA AREAS

Song Guan*

THE WEST COAST ECOSYSTEM-BASED MANAGEMENT NETWORK: AN INNOVATIVE PARTNERSHIP AND THE REAL-WORLD IMPLEMENTATION OF EBM

John R. Hansen*

AN INTEGRATED APPROACH FOR EVALUATING COASTAL VULNERABILITY IN A CHANGING CLIMATEAN INTEGRATED APPROACH FOR EVALUATING COASTAL VULNERABILITY IN A CHANGING CLIMATE

Erica L. Harris*, Jonathan C. Allan and Peter Ruggiero

ENCOURAGING OFFSHORE WIND DEVELOPMENT AT THE STATE LEVEL: A CASE STUDY OF RHODE ISLAND

Jennifer Harris* and Megan E. Higgins

LOOKING FOR SAFE HARBOR IN A CROWDED SEA: COASTAL SPACE USE CONFLICT AND MARINE RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENTLOOKING FOR SAFE HARBOR IN A CROWDED SEA: COASTAL SPACE USE CONFLICT AND MARINE RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT

Michael J. Harte*, Holly V. Campbell and Janet Webster

A COMMUNITY BASED FRAMEWORK FOR IDENTIFYING, ASSESSING, AND EVALUATING ECOSYSTEM SERVICES ASSOCIATED WITH OREGON'S MARINE RESERVES

Michael Harte*, Selina Heppell and Gil Sylvia

VERTICALLY INTEGRATED GOVERNMENT IN COASTAL MARINE SPATIAL PLANNING: WILL LOCAL-LEVEL CHANGE RESULT FROM GREATER COORDINATION IN STATE AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENTS?

Troy Hartley*

NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS AND MULTI-SITED MARINE CONSERVATION SCIENCE: A CASE STUDYNON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS AND MULTI-SITED MARINE CONSERVATION SCIENCE: A CASE STUDY

Jesse Hastings*

THE GLOBAL HUMAN SECURITY INDEX: CAN DISAGGREGATIONS HELP US TO FORGE PROGRESS?THE GLOBAL HUMAN SECURITY INDEX: CAN DISAGGREGATIONS HELP US TO FORGE PROGRESS?

David A. Hastings*

CALIFORNIA OCEAN USES ATLAS: USING PARTICIPATORY TECHNOLOGY TO INCORPORATE TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE INTO OCEAN MANAGEMENT

Nicholas Hayden*, Mimi D'Iorio, Jordan Gass, John Guinotte, Lance Morgan and Charles Wahle

INVESTIGATING CHANGES IN GLOBAL TROPICAL CYCLONE STORM FREQUENCY AND INTENSITYINVESTIGATING CHANGES IN GLOBAL TROPICAL CYCLONE STORM FREQUENCY AND INTENSITY

Paula A. Hennon*, Michael C. Kruk and David H. Levinson

SUPPORTING REGIONAL COASTAL AND OCEAN MANAGERS: LINKING OCEAN OBSERVING TOOLS AND CAPABILITIES TO THE PRIORITY NEEDS OF MANAGERS AND USERS IN THE SOUTHEAST REGIONSUPPORTING REGIONAL COASTAL AND OCEAN MANAGERS: LINKING OCEAN OBSERVING TOOLS AND CAPABILITIES TO THE PRIORITY NEEDS OF MANAGERS AND USERS IN THE SOUTHEAST REGION

Debra Hernandez* and Susannah Sheldon

APPLYING HEDONIC PROPERTY MODELS IN THE PLANNING AND EVALUATION OF SHORELINE MANAGEMENTAPPLYING HEDONIC PROPERTY MODELS IN THE PLANNING AND EVALUATION OF SHORELINE MANAGEMENT

Paul R. Hindsley*

STORMSMART COASTS IN ACTION: TWO CASE STUDIES OF LOCAL LEVEL CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATIONSTORMSMART COASTS IN ACTION: TWO CASE STUDIES OF LOCAL LEVEL CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION

Daniella Hirschfeld*

ADAPTIVE SAMPLING FOR HOPKINS MARINE LIFE OBSERVATORY IN CALIFORNIA

Kristen T. Honey*

A GIS BATHYMETRIC MODEL FOR ANALYSIS OF PILAYELLA LITTORALIS ALONG THE SOUTH FACING SHORE OF HARWICH, CAPE COD, MA

Helenmary M. Hotz*

INCOME, INEQUALITY, AND CRITERIA AIR POLLUTANTS IN THE CAMA COUNTIESINCOME, INEQUALITY, AND CRITERIA AIR POLLUTANTS IN THE CAMA COUNTIES

Hilary Huffer*

DPSIR IN COASTAL NORTH CAROLINA: APPLICATIONS AND PROBLEMS

Coley Hughes*, Elizabeth Brown, Michelle Covi, Hillary Huffer and Deanna Swain

SOCIO-ECONSOCIO-ECON

Tanveerul Islam*, Elijah Johnson, Ariana Marshall and Larry Robinson

ASSESSING TOURIST DEMAND FOR TRADITIONAL COASTAL DEPENDENT BUSINESSES ON THE SOUTH CAROLINA COASTASSESSING TOURIST DEMAND FOR TRADITIONAL COASTAL DEPENDENT BUSINESSES ON THE SOUTH CAROLINA COAST

Laura W. Jodice*, Carlos Carpio, Geoff Lacher, William C. Norman and Chi-Ok Oh

THE COASTAL BARRIER ISLAND NETWORK (CBIN): FUTURE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR BARRIER ISLANDSTHE COASTAL BARRIER ISLAND NETWORK (CBIN): FUTURE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR BARRIER ISLANDS

Heather M. Joesting*, Rusty A. Feagin, William K. Smith and Amy M. Williams

ECONOMICS OF CO-MANAGING WATER QUALITY AND INVASIVE SPECIES FOR CALIFORNIA AND BAJA CALIFORNIA COASTAL BOATSECONOMICS OF CO-MANAGING WATER QUALITY AND INVASIVE SPECIES FOR CALIFORNIA AND BAJA CALIFORNIA COASTAL BOATS

Leigh T. Johnson* and Linda Fernandez

CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE CALIFORNIA COASTAL ACT: RISING TO THE CHALLENGE

Laurel Kellner*

IMPROVING REPORTING OF UNCERTAINTIES IN SEA LEVEL RISE ASSESSMENTSIMPROVING REPORTING OF UNCERTAINTIES IN SEA LEVEL RISE ASSESSMENTS

Nathan P. Kettle*

THE THREE RULES FOR UNDERSTANDING COASTAL ISSUES, EXPLAINED AND ILLUSTRATED

Lauriston R. King*

DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS OPTIMISING EFFLUENT RELEASE IN A SUB TROPICAL ESTUARINE ENVIRONMENT - AN AUSTRALIAN CASE STUDYDECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS OPTIMISING EFFLUENT RELEASE IN A SUB TROPICAL ESTUARINE ENVIRONMENT - AN AUSTRALIAN CASE STUDY

Sally Kirkpatrick*, Bill Capati, Anna Hollingsworth, Sayed Khan, Simon Mortensen, Greg Stuart, Stefan Szylkarski, Franz Thomsen and Rodger Tomlinson

HISTORICAL RECONSTRUCTION REVEALS RECOVERY IN HAWAIIAN CORAL REEFS

John N. Kittinger*, Jonathan H. Blodgett, Thomas S. Dye, Terry L. Hunt, Kepa Maly, Loren McClenachan, John M. Pandolfi, Jennifer K. Shultz and Bruce A. Wilcox

APPLYING HABERMAS'S CRITICAL THEORY TO PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND POLICY: A CASE STUDY OF THE FLORIDA EVERGLADES RESTORATION PROGRAMAPPLYING HABERMAS'S CRITICAL THEORY TO PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND POLICY: A CASE STUDY OF THE FLORIDA EVERGLADES RESTORATION PROGRAM

Claire Connolly Knox*

PERCEPTIONS OF COASTAL RESOURCES AND FACTORS RELATED TO THEIR MANAGEMENT FOR SOCIAL RESILIENCE DURING DISASTER RECOVERY

Dawn M. Kotowicz*

WHAT IS COASTAL CLIMATE?WHAT IS COASTAL CLIMATE?

Michael C. Kruk*, Ethan J. Gibney, Paula A. Hennon and David H. Levinson

COASTAL EROSION AS A NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROBLEM: AN ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVECOASTAL EROSION AS A NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROBLEM: AN ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE

Craig E. Landry*

FISH NURSERY FUNCTION OF OCEAN SURF-ZONE HABITAT: RESPONSE TO A HUMAN DISTURBANCE GRADIENT

Tom Lankford*, Rachel Dixon, Ian Lipton, Paula Pellerite and Lexi Perillo

SURF-ZONE FISH ASSEMBLAGES AT WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, NORTH CAROLINA: SHORT- AND LONG-TERM RESPONSES TO BEACH RENOURISHMENT

Tom Lankford*, Adam Branson and Trey Sherard

SOUTH ATLANTIC REGIONAL RESEARCH PLAN: A REGIONAL RESEARCH FRAMEWORK

Christine Laporte* and Merryl Alber

COASTAL MANAGEMENT MEASURES FOR THE LOWER MAUMEE WATERSHED, LAKE ERIECOASTAL MANAGEMENT MEASURES FOR THE LOWER MAUMEE WATERSHED, LAKE ERIE

Patrick L. Lawrence*

MOVING PAST THE STATEMENT “LOCAL GOVERNMENT SHOULD DO THE RIGHT THING”- WHAT’S LOCAL GOVERNMENT’S ROLE IN CLIMATE CHANGE AND SEA LEVEL RISE?

Lewis L. Lawrence*

AQUACULTURE AND WORKING WATERFRONT INFRASTRUCTURE: A LOCAL PUBLIC POLICY DIALOG FOR A TIDEWATER VIRGINIA LOCALITY

Lewis L. Lawrence*

CLIMATE CHANGE IMPLICATIONS FOR NORTH CAROLINA: THE ROLE OF COASTAL AND ESTUARINE OBSERVING SYSTEMS

Lynn Leonard*, Jennifer Dorton, Doug Gamble, Rick Luettich and Harvey Seim

INTEGRATING CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS TO IMPROVE UNDERSTANDING OF COASTAL CLIMATE CHANGE: HEAVY RAINS, STRONG WINDS, AND HIGH SEAS IN COASTAL HAWAII, ALASKA AND THE PACIFIC NORTHWESTINTEGRATING CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS TO IMPROVE UNDERSTANDING OF COASTAL CLIMATE CHANGE: HEAVY RAINS, STRONG WINDS, AND HIGH SEAS IN COASTAL HAWAII, ALASKA AND THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST

David H. Levinson*, Michael C. Kruk and John J. Marra

COASTAL COMMUNITY HAZARD MITIGATION AND COMMUNITY RATING SYSTEM OF NFIPCOASTAL COMMUNITY HAZARD MITIGATION AND COMMUNITY RATING SYSTEM OF NFIP

Jingyuan Li* and Craig Landry

ELICITING AND USING STAKEHOLDER INPUT TO GUIDE PUGET SOUND NEARSHORE RESTORATION DECISIONMAKINGELICITING AND USING STAKEHOLDER INPUT TO GUIDE PUGET SOUND NEARSHORE RESTORATION DECISIONMAKING

Rachel Lipsky*

OCEANS AND HUMAN HEALTH: SENTINEL HABITATS AND SENTINEL SPECIESOCEANS AND HUMAN HEALTH: SENTINEL HABITATS AND SENTINEL SPECIES

Susan Lovelace*, Anne Blair, Thomas Greig and Denise Sanger

ADDRESSING AND ADAPTING TO CONTEMPORARY COASTAL MANAGEMENT ISSUES IN THE CENTRAL PHILIPPINESADDRESSING AND ADAPTING TO CONTEMPORARY COASTAL MANAGEMENT ISSUES IN THE CENTRAL PHILIPPINES

Ethan Y. Lucas*, Chelsea Combest-Friedman, Cirse Gonzales, Turner Pittkin and Kathryn Schleit

DEVELOPING A SEA LEVEL RISE ADAPTATION PLAN AND MARSH VULNERABILITY INDEX FOR THE STATE OF DELAWARE

Gabrielle C. Lyons*, David Carter, Drexel Siok and Bathrolomew Wilson

URBAN RUNOFF AND SEPTIC LEACHATE CAUSE WATER POLLUTION IN A NEARBY COASTAL NATIONAL PARK

Michael A. Mallin* and Matthew R. McIver

PANEL DISCUSSION: U.S EPA USING MODELING AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES TO ENHANCE COASTAL DECISION MAKINGPANEL DISCUSSION: U.S EPA USING MODELING AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES TO ENHANCE COASTAL DECISION MAKING

Deborah Mangis*, Marc Russell, Betsy Smith and Lisa Wainger

FIVE CONCEPTS IN PLANNING THEORY USEFUL TO COASTAL MANAGEMENTFIVE CONCEPTS IN PLANNING THEORY USEFUL TO COASTAL MANAGEMENT

Daniel J. Marcucci*, James D. Brinkley and Lauren M. Jordan

CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION THROUGCLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION THROUG

Ariana J. Marshall*, Reginald Hall, Marcia Allen Owens and Shereitte Stokes, IV

CREATING SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES

Marilynn Marsh-Robinson*, Scott Bradshaw, Lori Brinn, Brian Roth and Mikki Sager

CONSTRUCTING OREGON’S DIKED LANDS VULNERABILITY INVENTORY TO SUPPORT STATEGIC PLANNING FOR THE IMPACTS OF SEA LEVEL RISE

Laura E. Mattison*

THE EFFECTS OF RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT AND WATER POLLUTION ON FISH COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND NURSERY FUNCTION OF SALT MARSH TIDAL CREEKS IN SOUTHEASTERN NORTH CAROLINA

Janie A. McAuliffe* and Thomas E. Lankford, Jr.

SHORELINE CHANGE AND BEACHFRONT MANAGEMENT IN NORTHEAST SOUTH CAROLINA: 20+ YEARS AFTER THE BEACHFRONT MANAGEMENT ACT

C.A. McCoy*

CLIMATE ADAPTATION AND THE FIFTH AMENDMENT OF THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION: HOW DO ADAPTATION STRATEGIES IMPACT REGULATORY TAKINGS CLAIMS?CLIMATE ADAPTATION AND THE FIFTH AMENDMENT OF THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION: HOW DO ADAPTATION STRATEGIES IMPACT REGULATORY TAKINGS CLAIMS?

Chad J. McGuire*

DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE RESTORATION PLANS TO TACKLE THE WIDESPREAD IMPAIRMENT OF COASTAL SWIMMING AND SHELLFISHING WATERSDEVELOPING EFFECTIVE RESTORATION PLANS TO TACKLE THE WIDESPREAD IMPAIRMENT OF COASTAL SWIMMING AND SHELLFISHING WATERS

Todd Miller*

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OF DYNAMIC COASTAL ENVIRONMENTS USING SYNOPTIC MEASUREMENTS FROM REMOTE SENSINGRESOURCE MANAGEMENT OF DYNAMIC COASTAL ENVIRONMENTS USING SYNOPTIC MEASUREMENTS FROM REMOTE SENSING

Richard L. Miller* and Christopher J. Buonassissi

PROTECTING A THREATENED COASTAL FISH SPECIES THROUGH REGIONAL COLLABORATIONPROTECTING A THREATENED COASTAL FISH SPECIES THROUGH REGIONAL COLLABORATION

Katherine Mills*, Brad Chase and Claire Enterline

THE MARINE PROTECTED AREA PLANNING PROCESS IN WASHINGTON STATE: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INCREASED EFFECTIVENESSTHE MARINE PROTECTED AREA PLANNING PROCESS IN WASHINGTON STATE: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INCREASED EFFECTIVENESS

Jamie Erin Mooney*, Chelsea Combest-Friedman, Bridget Emmett and Jennifer Reitz

MEDIA AND MESSAGES: SORTING SIGNALS AND SHARING STORIES

Katie Mosher*, Jamie Krauk, Laura Leslie, Gareth McGrath, Kron Roy and Billy Warden

COASTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMITTING IN THE ERA OF CLIMATE CHANGE

Timothy M. Mulvaney*

WETLANDS AND COASTAL WATER QUALITY: SHOULD WETLAND SIZE MATTER?WETLANDS AND COASTAL WATER QUALITY: SHOULD WETLAND SIZE MATTER?

Monique R. Myers* and Richard F. Ambrose

REFORMING MARINE AND COASTAL SPATIAL MANAGEMENT IN KOREA: INTRODUCTION OF ZONING MECHANISM AND TARGET-BASED NATURAL SHORELINE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

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Robbin Peach* and Mike Orbach

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Linwood Pendleton* and Tricia Ryan

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Kristina Peterson*, Shirley Laska, Al Naquin and Rosina Philippe

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Phil Prete*

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David L. Revell* and Bob Battalio

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Courtney E. Scarborough*

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Robert H. Thompson*

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