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CitationAmerican Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). 2012. Adapting Infrastructure to Extreme Weather Events: Best Practices and Key Challenges.
CitationAnne Arundel County Office of Planning and Zoning. 2011. Sea Level Rise Strategic Plan Anne Arundel County. Maryland Chesapeake and Coastal Program Coastal Communities Project.
CitationArmstrong, W. H., M. J. Collins, and N. P. Snyder, 2012. Increased Frequency of Low-Magnitude Floods in New England. Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA) 48(2): 306-320.
CitationAssociation of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. 2009. Voluntary Guidance for States to Incorporate Climate Change into State Wildlife Action Plans and Other Management Plans. e Climate Change Wildlife Action Plan Work Group.
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. A Case Study of Coastal Aquifers near Richibucto, New Brunswick: saline groundwater occurrence and potential impacts of climate change of seawater intrusion (2012)
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Agricultural Adaptation Strategy for the Tantramar Region (NB 2011)
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. An Evaluation of Flood Risk to Infrastructure across the Chignecto Isthmus (2012)
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Assessment of Infrastructure Relevant to the Fishing and Aquaculture Industries (2012).
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Climate Change Adaptation Measures for Greater Moncton (2011).
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Climate Change and Shoreline Protection (2011)
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Coastal Dykelands in the Tantramar Area: Impacts of Climate Change on Dyke Erosion and Flood Risk (2011)
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Developing Climate Change Capacity at the Municipal Level in Nova Scotia (2012).
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Economic Evaluation of Climate Change Impacts on New Brunswick-Nova Scotia Transport Corridor (2012)
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Forecasting Economic Damages from Storm Surge Flooding: A Case Study in the Tantramar Region of NB (2012).
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Integrated River and Coastal Hydrodynamic Flood Risk Mapping (2012).
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Lidar processing and Flood Risk Mapping for Coastal Areas in the District of Lunenburg, Town and District of Yarmouth, Amherst, Count Cumberland, Wolfville and Windsor (2011)
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Local Government, Sustainability & Climate Change: A Guide for Municipal Officials in NB (2012).
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Municipal Climate Change Action Plan Guidebook (2011).
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Potential Effects of Climate Change of New Brunswick Freshwater and Terrestrial Ecosystems (2013)
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Preparedness for Climate Change: A Survey of ACAS Communities (2012)
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Real-Time Assessment and Monitoring of Inland and Coastal Flooding Events for Atlantic Canada (2012).
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. River Flood Risk Study of the Nappan River Incorporating Climate Change (2012).
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Scenarios and Guidance for Adaptation to Climate Change and Sea-Level Rise--Nova Scotia and PEI Municipalities (2011)
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Sea Level Rise and Flooding--What They Mean for New Brunswick's Coastal Communities (2012)
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Sea-level Rise and Flooding Estimates for New Brunswick Coastal Sections (2012).
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Sea-level Rise Estimates for New Brunswick Municipalities (2011).
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Stream Water Temperature Modelling under Climate Change Scenarios (2013).
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Tantramar Dykelands Risk and Vulnerability Assessment Project: Water Level Reports (2011).
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Visualizations and their Role in Communicating the Risk of Coastal Flooding: a Tantramar Case Study (2012).
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Visualizing Sea-Level Rise (2012).
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association. Vulnerability of Nova Scotia's Coastal Groundwater Supplies to Climate Change (2012).
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association/St. Mary's University. Best Management Practices for Climate Change Adaptation in Dykelands: Recommendations for Fundy ACAS sites (2012)
CitationAtlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Association/St. Mary's University. Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture Marshlands Atlas (2012).
CitationAtlantic Environment Ministers Meeting. Climate Change Adaptation Strategy for Atlantic Canada (2008).
CitationAuermuller, Lisa. Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve. 2011. An Analysis of End User Preferences for Climate Change Related Information and Data.
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CitationBoicourt K. and Z.P. Johnson (eds.). 2011. Comprehensive Strategy for Reducing Maryland’s Vulnerability to Climate Change, Phase II: Building Societal, Economic, and Ecological Resilience. Report for Maryland Commission on Climate Change.
CitationBrown University Center for Environmental Studies. 2010. Summary: Preliminary Assessment of Rhode Island’s Vulnerability to Climate Change and its Options for Adaptation Action.
CitationBrown, Janice. 2006. Eco-logical: An Ecosystem Approach to Developing Infrastructure Projects. DOT-VNTSC-FHWA-06-01.
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CitationBuzzards Bay National Estuary Program. 2012. Buzzards Bay Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan 2012 Update.
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CitationClimate Action Leadership Committee and Community Advisory Committee. 2011. A Climate of Progress. City of Boston Climate Action Plan Update.
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CitationColumbia University, School of International and Public Affairs. 2009. Gateway National Recreation Area: Long-term Resource Management Under a Changing Climate. The National Park Service: Gateway National Recreation Area.
CitationCommonwealth of Massachusetts. Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs. Office of Coastal Zone Management. 2010. Section 309 Assessment and Five-Year Strategy for CZM Program Enhancement (FY2011-2015).
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CitationEnvironment and Natural Resources Institute, Pennsylvania State University. 2009. Pennsylvania Climate Impact Assessment: Report to the Department of Environmental Protection.
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CitationGeorgetown Climate Center. 2011. Adaptation Tool Kit: Sea-Level Rise and Coastal Land Use How Governments Can Use Land-Use Practices to Adapt to Sea-Level Rise.
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