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How Local Shoreline Master Programs Currently Address Sea Level Rise

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17-06-031November 2017
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Author(s) Liliana Bastian
Description This report provides background information that will inform improvements to Ecology’s guidance on addressing the impacts of sea level rise by helping answer the following questions:
1. How are local jurisdictions in Washington currently addressing sea level rise using goals, policies, and regulations in their SMPs?
2. Are local jurisdictions applying Ecology’s existing guidance?
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Keywords Shoreline Master Programs, Coastal Zone Management, addressing sea level rise and shoreline planning, addressing the impacts of climate change, coastal management, sea level rise, sea level rise and coastal management, sea level rise policy, sea level rise regulation, shoreline planning, coastal hazards
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