2013 GLISA Small Grant: Helping Marina and Harbor Operators Respond to Climate Change

Helping Marina and Harbor Operators Respond to Climate Change

Decision making bodies have questioned how changing water levels could impact the coastal communities of the Great Lakes. This project sought to assist marina and harbor operators in sector- specific problem identification, decision making, and planning related to climate change adaptation by developing an online training module that would be introduced and tested at workshops targeting marina and harbor operators.

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Reinforcing Our Waterfronts: Increase Resilience at Marinas and Harbors »

Additional Michigan Sea Grant Resources

Michigan Sea Grant provides numerous resources, including information and toolkits, that help coastal communities prepare for a changing climate and other challenges. Click here to visit the Michigan Sea Grant: Increasing Resilience at Harbors and Marinas project page.

Project Contact:

Amy Samples, Project Coordinator, Michigan Sea Grant, School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan

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