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A repository of data, publications, tools, and other products from project teams, Science Collaborative program, and partners.

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This presentation was developed for a public lecture series sponsored by the University of Texas at Austin Marine Science Institute and the Mission-Aransas NERR a part of the 2020 catalyst project to integrate acoustic monitoring into multiple reserve programs in the southeast region.This presentation describes the acoustic monitoring framework with applications to research, stewardship, and education, co-produced with the North Inlet-Winyah Bay, Rookery Bay, and Mission-Aransas NERRs, along with other regional management users.

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Project Lead Chris Biggs gives a 5-minute introduction to "Listen In: Acoustic Monitoring of Estuarine Communities Facing Ecosystem Change," a catalyst project funded in 2020 by the NERRS Science Collaborative.

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This table summarizes the key findings related to the fish capture, transport and husbandry practices tested in the 2020 catalyst project led by the Kachemak Bay Reserve to catalyze future research on the mechanisms of paralytic shellfish toxin transfer from forage fish to upper trophic populations.

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This resource contains the presenter slides, Q&A responses, recording, and presenter bios from the January 2023 webinar "Experimenting with Elevation: Building a New Collaboration to Explore Management Options for Wetland Elevation Maintenance."

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A project team at the San Francisco Bay NERR is researching road modification options for a flood-prone stretch of North San Pedro Road, which runs through China Camp State Park in San Rafael.

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A project team at the San Francisco Bay NERR is working with various stakeholders to design a road modification project in China Camp State Park. Road modification is necessary for the community to maintain road access to and through the park as sea level rise continues to threaten low-

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China Camp State Park is one of the few remaining ecologically intact landscapes of the San Francisco Estuary, but the region is becoming increasingly vulnerable to sea-level rise.

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These data encompass the nearshore fish surveys conducted by the Kachemak Bay Reserve as part of a 2020 catalyst project that expanded research collaborations and completed proof of concept activities to catalyze future research on the mechanisms of paralytic shellfish toxin transfer from forage fish to upper trophic populations.

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Staff from the Kachemak Bay NERR expanded research collaborations and completed proof of concept activities to catalyze future research on the mechanisms of paralytic shellfish toxin transfer from forage fish to upper trophic populations– an increasing concern after statewide seabird die-offs and

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This white paper, developed by a 2020 catalyst project, provides an overview of expanding and deepening the application of cultural ecosystem services in the National Estuarine Reserve System.