Louisiana Adaptive Management Status and Improvement Report: Vision and Recommendations

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Abstract

As part of the process to increase implementation of adaptive management for ecosystem-based coastal restoration within Louisiana, we aim for this report to be broadly applicable across planning processes as well as funding and implementing entities. It compiles technical knowledge and guidance summarized as key findings through the text which lead to eight priority recommendations to improve application of adaptive management in Louisiana. This report identifies critical linkage points and opportunities for knowledge and data transfers within, and among, agencies in Louisiana. The primary focus is on CPRA and others affiliated with the LA TIG. This report presents a consensus based common vision for adaptive management of coastal restoration implementation in Louisiana. As CPRA is the primary agency responsible for coordinating and facilitating coastal restoration projects within the state of Louisiana, the primary source of information and experience was collated from personnel and processes carried out at CPRA. To capture needs and mechanisms ,across agencies, extensive input was also received from the LA TIG, representing the other state and federal Trustees.

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Publication type Report
Publication Subtype Other Government Series
Title Louisiana Adaptive Management Status and Improvement Report: Vision and Recommendations
Year Published 2020
Language English
Publisher Deepwater Horizon Natural Resource Damages Trustees
Contributing office(s) Wetland and Aquatic Research Center
Description 205 p.
Country United States
State Louisiana
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