Publications & Reports

Case Studies of Natural Shoreline Infrastructure in Coastal California
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Watershed Reference


Identification of natural infrastructure options for adapting to sea level rise.

The multi-objective San Francisco Bay Living Shorelines project began in 2012 with the goal of examining how the creation of native ecosystems such as oyster reefs and eelgrass beds can protect the shoreline, minimize coastal ero- sion, and maintain coastal processes while enhancing natural habitat for shore and aquatic plants and wildlife.