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Washington State’s Hydraulic Code Laws and Regulations

Michael Schwinn, WA Dept of Fish and Wildlife

2016SSEC

Greener Shorelines through Non-Regulatory Approaches: Green Shores for Homes

Nicole Faghin, University of Washington - Seattle Campus

2016SSEC

Green Shores training for shoreline decision-makers in British Columbia

DG Blair, Stewardship Centre for BC

2016SSEC

Follow-up to the 2014 WRIA 9 Marine Shoreline Monitoring and Compliance Pilot Project

Kollin Higgins, King County (Wash.)

2016SSEC

Shore armor removal at multiple sites - Design and constructed armor removal, beach and backshore habitat restoration in Salish Sea

Alexis Blue, Coastal Geologic Services

2016SSEC

Shore Armor Removal Portfolio 2015

Alexis Blue, Coastal Geologic Services
Jim Johannessen, Coastal Geologic Services
Branden Rishel, Coastal Geologic Services

2016SSEC

Ecosystem services of beaches that are affected by armoring, and how this relates to priorities for bulkhead removal

Megan N. Dethier, University of Washington - Friday Harbor Labs
Jason D. Toft, University of Washington - Seattle Campus

2016SSEC

Problem to Progress: Understanding and Improving Permitting for Shoreline Armoring in Kitsap County

Kathlene M. Barnhart, Kitsap County, Washington

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2016SSEC

Enhancing Community Resilience Through Effective Sea Level Rise Risk Communication

Ian Miller, Washington Sea Grant, University of Washington
Sascha Petersen, Adaptation International
Matt Fougerat, Adaptation International
Robert Kopp, USA, Rutgers University
Cindy Jayne, North Olympic Conservation District
Jake Bell, Adaptation International
Kate Dean, North Olympic Conservation District
Eric Grossman, US Geological Survey
Abbas Hooshmand, Western Washington University
Guillaume Mauger, Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington

2016SSEC

A Shoreline Morphology Monitoring Program for Coastal Washington

Ian Miller, Washington Sea Grant, University of Washington

2016SSEC

Connecting shoreline armoring studies in Puget Sound

Jeff Rice, University of Washington Puget Sound Institute
Aimee T. Kinney, University of Washington Puget Sound Institute
Tessa B. Francis, University of Washington Puget Sound Institute
Kris Symer, University of Washington Puget Sound Institute

2016SSEC

Shoreline Permitting, Uncloaked and Without the Daggers

Adam D. Tullis, Coastal Geologic Services
Alexis Blue, Coastal Geologic Services
Jim Johannessen, Coastal Geologic Services

2016SSEC

Developing a social norm for natural shorelines

Tina Whitman, Friends of the San Juans

2016SSEC

The FEMA BiOp - Underutilized Potential for Shoreline Protection

Tim Hyatt, Skagit River System Cooperative

2016SSEC

Bulkhead/armor removal – Putting goals into practice

Jim Johannessen, Coastal Geologic Services

2016SSEC

Marine Shoreline Design Guidelines - New Aquatic Habitat Guidelines Performance Assessment and Guidance Document for “Soft” and “Hard” Shore Protection Techniques in Puget Sound

Jim Johannessen, Coastal Geologic Services
Andrea MacLennan, Coastal Geologic Services
Alexis Blue, Coastal Geologic Services
Jonathan Waggoner, Coastal Geologic Services
Wendy Gerstel

2016SSEC

Evaluation of Current Regulatory Gaps in the Protection of Nearshore Habitat and Shoreline Function from Armoring impacts in Washington State.

Amy Carey, Sound Action

2016SSEC

Relationships Between Beach Sediment Characteristics and Foreshore Slope on Puget Sound Beaches

Jonathan F. Waggoner, Coastal Geologic Services
Jim Johannessen, Coastal Geologic Services

2016SSEC

Neighborhood Shoreline Conservation Easements

Debra Clausen, San Juan Preservation Trust

2016SSEC

Building Cross Jurisdictional Partnerships to Restore Habitat Processes to the Railroad Impounded Nearshore of Puget Sound/Snohomish County

Kathleen M. Herrmann, Snohomish County
Paul Schlenger, Confluence Environmental Company

2016SSEC

Integrating Science with Landowner Outreach to Increase Coastal Resiliency

Lisa B. Kaufman, Northwest Straits Marine Conservation Foundation
Andrea MacClennan, Coastal Geologic Services

2016SSEC

Patterns of sediment transport and morphologic response on a mixed sand and gravel beach in Rich Passage, Puget Sound

Eduardo Sierra, Golder Associates Inc.
Greg Curtiss, Golder Associates Inc.
Jessica Cote, Golder Associates Inc.
Phil Osborne, Golder Associates Ltd, Vancouver, BC

2016SSEC

Decision tools for sea level rise adaption in San Juan County: Connecting the dots between shoreform response and vulnerability to identify appropriate adaptation approach.

Andrea J. MacLennan Mrs, Coastal Geologic Services
Tina Whitman, Friends of the San Juans

2016SSEC

Parcel-Scale GIS Analysis to Support Nearshore Restoration and Outreach

Branden Rishel, Coastal Geologic Services
Andrea J. MacLennan Mrs, Coastal Geologic Services

2016SSEC

Armoring on Puget Sound: Progress towards a better baseline

Hugh Shipman, WA Department of Ecology
Jennifer Burke, Puget Sound Partnership
Randy Carman, Washington Dept of Fish and Wildlfie
Kurt Fresh, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)

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2016SSEC

Providing Incentives for Greener Shorelines

Susan Key Ms, San Juan County, WA, USA

2016SSEC

Resources for Marine Shoreline Design

Theresa Mitchell, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

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2016SSEC

Synthesis of Results from Twelve Puget Sound Regulatory Effectiveness and Incentive Investigations

Aimee Kinney, University of Washington Puget Sound Institute
Tessa Francis, University of Washington Puget Sound Institute
Jeff Rice, University of Washington Puget Sound Institute

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2016SSEC

A retrospective assessment of permitted shoreline stabilization designs using new design guidelines

Hannah Faulkner, WDFW
Phillip Dionne, WDFW

2016SSEC

A softer approach for softer shorelines: non-regulatory measures to foster shoreline stewardship

Aleksandra I. Brzozowski, Islands Trust

2016SSEC

The Shoreline Management Act and shoreline armoring

Kyle Loring, Friends of the San Juans

2016SSEC

Holding the line, to let shorelines move naturally

Kyle Loring, Friends of the San Juans

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2016SSEC

The value of stakeholder engagement in a long term scientific research program in Puget Sound

Jessica Cote, Golder Associates Inc
Phil Osborne, Golder Associates Ltd, Vancouver, BC

2016SSEC

The Ocean Students' Society Forage Fish Program: The Value of Citizen Scientists to Shoreline Monitoring Efforts

Ricky F. L Belanger, University of Victoria, Canada
Christina Gwilliam, Univeristy of Victoria, Canada
Brittany Lane, University of Victoria, Canada
Erin Eidsvik, University of Victoria, Canada

2016SSEC

Using long term datasets to evaluate wake effects on coastal marine ecosystems

Michelle A. Spani
Andrew Rippington
Traci Sanderson

2016SSEC

Overcoming jurisdictional fragmentation to support naturally functioning shorelines and climate resilience in coastal BC communities

Deborah Carlson, West Coast Environmental Law

2016SSEC

Tidal culverts, bridges and tidegates: A summary of a literature review of fish passage in tidal ecoystems

Doris J. Small, Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
Correigh Greene, NOAA NMFS Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Jason Hall, NOAA NMFS Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Padraic Smith PE, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

2016SSEC

Statistical trend analysis of long-term nearshore monitoring data, Swinomish Indian Reservation

Karen J.R. Mitchell, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community
Todd A. Mitchell, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community

2016SSEC

Coastal Zone Mapping along the Elwha Drift Cell, Central Strait of Juan de Fuca

Heather M. Weiner, Washington State Department of Ecology
Amanda Hacking, Washington State Department of Ecology
George M. Kaminsky
Diana McCandless, Washington State Department of Ecology

2016SSEC

Increasing coastal resiliency of bluff-top development through high-resolution imagery and information

George M. Kaminsky
Heather Weiner, Washington State Department of Ecology
Amanda Hacking, Washington State Department of Ecology

2016SSEC

A geospatial approach to prioritizing drift cells for strategic protection, restoration, and enhancement

Diana McCandless, Washington State Department of Ecology
Kasey C. Bolles, Baylor University
George M. Kaminsky

2016SSEC

The volunteer face of Shore Friendly Kitsap and intersections with Green Shores for Homes

Jeffrey Adams, Washington Sea Grant, University of Washington
Renee Johnson, WSU Kitsap County Extension
Heather Trim, Futurewise
Kathleen Peters, Kitsap County, Washington
Kathlene Barnhart, Kitsap County, Washington
Christina Kereki, Kitsap County, Washington
Kirvie Mesebeluu-Yobech, Kitsap County, Washington

2016SSEC

Assessment of Shoreline Structures on Beach Morphology: Qualicum Beach, British Columbia, Canada

John Readshaw, SNC-Lavalin, Vancouver, CANADA
Phillippe St-Germain, SNC-Lavalin, Vancouver, CANADA
Jessica Wilson, SNC-Lavalin, Vancouver, CANADA

2016SSEC

Connecting traditional ecological knowledge and natural science: A partnership between state and tribal department of natural resources

Jodi D. Bluhm, Samish Indian Nation