How We Respond: Community Responses to Climate Change

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The American Association for the Advancement of Science just launched “How We Respond: Community Responses to Climate Change” – an initiative that highlights the innovative ways communities are using science to respond to climate change at a local level through a series of multimedia stories and an accompanying report.

USGS research chemist Kevin Kroeger was interviewed in a video about federal, state, and local partners working to restore the Herring River Estuary and include coastal wetlands in carbon markets.

Watch the video below (http://ow.ly/30H050wx5El) and visit the website for more information. http://ow.ly/zmeo50wx5Em

Equipment used for a measuring lateral fluxes over tidal cycle

Equipment used for a measuring lateral fluxes over tidal cycle

(Credit: Sandy Brosnahan, Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center. Public domain.)

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Date published: November 8, 2018
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