Grover Fugate, Executive Director
James Boyd, Coastal Policy Analyst
Janet Freedman, Coastal Geologist
Department of Environmental Management
Janet Coit, Director
James Colt-Bays, Rivers and Watersheds Coordination
Jonathan Stone, Executive Director
Tom Kutcher, Baykeeper
Wenley Ferguson, Habitat Restoration Coordinator
Rachel Calabro, Community Organizer and Advocate
and with Special Thanks to:
Malcolm Spaulding, Jen McCann, Bryan Oakley, Pam Rubinoff, Teresa Crean, James Boyd, Michelle Carnevale
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Sea Level Rise and Rhode Island
World Risk Report, 2012
New York Times Article, “Can Scientific Advice on Coastal Risk Reduction Compete with ‘We Will Not Retreat’ Politics?”
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USACE, Climate Change Adaptation
USACE, Coastal Risk Reduction
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Watson, James: Ecosystem-Based Adaptation in Marine Ecosystems in Response to Climate Change
Storm Surge Reduction by Mangroves
USACE: Nature and Natural- Based Features
On monitoring and modeling climate change
Climate Change and Modeling
On Rhode Island
Water Quality of the Sakonnet River
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