Incorporating benefits provided by nature into a set of province-wide plans for the marine environment. Collaborator: BC Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP).
Developed tools and approaches to map and value ecosystem services in diverse ecosystems and military contexts of DoD installations. Collaborator: US Department of Defense.
Worked to understand linkages between land and sea--specifically, how activities in coastal watersheds might impact the delivery of ecosystem services from marine systems. Partners: Stanford University, The Nature Conservancy.
Using NatCap tools for targeting conservation and restoration to maximize ecosystem services, calculating return on investment, and building capacity. Collaborators: FUNDECOR and Agua Tica Water Fund
Assessing the potential for the Pucallpa-Cruzeiro do Sul road to be developed with no net loss of natural capital and for mitigation measures to secure ecosystem services for local communities in a socially equitable way. Partners: Stanford University, The Nature Conservancy.
Worked to understand and communicate (through coastalresilience.org) where coastal habitats provide protection from sea-level rise and storms in the Gulf of Mexico and along the US east coast. Partners: Stanford University, The Nature Conservancy.
Assessed risk from coastal hazards and the role that ecosystems play in reducing risk for vulnerable communities along the entire coast of the US to inform the US National Climate Assessment. Partners: Stanford University, The Nature Conservancy.