Monthly Archives: March 2014

Dramatic Increases in Rate of Coastal Wetland Loss

This issue is especially significant for SMALL ISLANDS, given the importance of preserving coastal wetlands in the face of climate change effects, including especially sea level rise and increased frequency of coastal storms. abc article dramatic coastal wetland losses 2014 … Continue reading

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Farming with Biodiversity: An Experiment

from the Bay Journal <; Farmer goes wild fostering native plants alongside organic produce The goal is to show how biodiversity creates value, both ecologically and financially. By Whitney Pipkin on March 06, 2014 Landowner Nick Lapham walks with his … Continue reading

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It’s NOT the Warming, It’s the VARIABILITY

From the excellent Conservation Magazine from Washington University  — [As we’ve said many times, the hardest thing we’ll have to address in Climate Change Adaptation is the greater variability in climate impacts.] Don’t expect climate change to reduce winter … Continue reading

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