2017 Year in Review Highlight: 6 Large Scale Research Collaborations

2017 Year in Review Highlight:

6 large scale research collaborations bring scientists and managers together:

San Diego County Ecosystems Assessment, Batiquitos Lagoon Resiliency Project, Resilient Restoration Project, Habitat Connectivity Planning, Resilient Coastlines Project/Sea Level Rise Work Group, and the Research Needs List.

Learn more at the unveiling of the SD Ecosystems Assessment at the San Diego Climate Summit, and the other collaborations at the Networking Event that follows on March 6th.

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