These sea-level rise two pagers were produced for federally managed lands in the Gulf of Mexico region to aid National Wildlife Refuges, National Parks, and National Estuarine Research Reserve managers in sea-level rise communication and resilience planning.
PLACE: SLR (formerly NGOM SSC) partnered with individuals at the U.S. Geological Survey’s Wetland and Aquatic Research Center and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to produce customized two-pager information sheets for federal coastal refuges, parks, and reserves across the northern Gulf of Mexico (i.e., sea-level rise sensitive federally-managed lands within Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida).
Links to each of the two pagers can be found below.
Chivoiu, B., Osland, M.J., Collini, R., Martin, S., Tirpak, J., and Wilson, B., 2020, Local sea level rise information sheets for Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida: Northern Gulf of Mexico Sentinel Site Cooperative, U.S. Geological Survey and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium, http://masgc.org/northern-gulf-of-mexico-sentinel-site-co/two-pager.
The project was funded by the Department of the Interior Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center, and the project team included Bogdan Chivoiu (Cherokee Nation Technologies at USGS), Michael Osland (USGS), Renee Collini (NGOM SSC), Sara Martin (NGOM SSC), Benjamin Wilson (NAS Science Policy Fellow at USFWS) and John Tirpak (USFWS). The project team is grateful to the many individuals that provided helpful comments on earlier drafts of these two pagers.