Alternative Coastal Adaptation Strategies Under Uncertainty – A Case Study in Grays Harbor County, WA
By Janan Evans-Wilent, Marine Resource Management Master's student at Oregon State University
Many coastal communities are facing hard decisions and tradeoffs about how to protect their coastlines while planning for the realities of climate change, particularly sea level rise. This is certainly not a one-size-fits all problem, and decision-makers and community members are asking “what can our community do to prepare for climate change, do we have any options, and how much will it cost?”
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