By Donna Marie Bilkovic, Molly M. Mitchell, Megan K. La Peyre, Jason D. Toft
Living shores: The technology and administration of Nature-based Coastal safety compiles, synthesizes and translates the present country of the data at the technology and perform of nature-based coastline safety. This publication will function a necessary connection with advisor scientists, scholars, managers, planners, regulators, environmental and engineering experts, and others engaged within the layout and implementation of dwelling beaches. This quantity offers a historical past and background of residing shores, understandings on administration, coverage, and venture designs, technical synthesis of the technology on the topic of dwelling beaches together with insights from new reviews, and the id of study wishes, classes discovered, and views on destiny suggestions.
International views are offered from best researchers and executives within the East, West and Gulf coasts of the USA, Europe, Canada, and Australia which are engaged on normal ways to coastline administration. The vast geographic scope and interdisciplinary nature of contributing authors can help to facilitate discussion and move wisdom between diverse disciplines and throughout assorted areas. This ebook will offer coastal groups with the clinical starting place and sensible information essential to enforce powerful coastline administration that reinforces atmosphere providers and coastal resilience now and into the future.
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Data depicted in the inset maps are zoomed-in views of the nationwide analysis. This figure first appeared in Nature Climate Change in Arkema et al. (2013). benefits of living shorelines depend on spatial variation in social and economic factors such as property values and demographics of coastal communities. Taken together, these papers indicate that living shorelines can play an important role in sheltering waterfront residents and communities from coastal hazards, but the ecological, physical, and social context in which these benefits occur needs to be better understood.
2016. The role of living shorelines as estuarine habitat conservation strategies. Coastal Management 44(3): 161–174. M. M. Roggero. 2008. Effects of coastal development on nearshore estuarine nekton communities. Marine Ecology Progress Series 358:27. M. M. Burdick. 2005. Impacts of seawalls on saltmarsh plant communities in the Great Bay Estuary, New Hampshire USA. Wetlands Ecology and Management 13:553–568. P. S. Hahn et al. 2015. Nature experience reduces rumination and subgenual prefrontal cortex activation.
Our goal with this section is to illustrate an ecosystem services approach to framing potential benefits of living shorelines to people. 1 Habitat to Support Fish, Fisheries, and Livelihoods People around the world rely on marine and coastal fisheries to provide food resources and support livelihoods. Numerous species of crabs, shrimp, and finfishes that are particularly valued by human communities rely on natural habitats such as saltmarsh, seagrass, and oyster reef for essential habitat and feeding grounds (Beck et al.
Living shorelines : the science and management of nature-based coastal protection by Donna Marie Bilkovic, Molly M. Mitchell, Megan K. La Peyre, Jason D. Toft