[Coral-List] Extension: Survey of Tools and Resources for Addressing Climate Change Impacts on Marine Ecosystems

Katherine Holmes katherine.holmes.newsletters at gmail.com
Mon Nov 4 14:03:29 EST 2013

***Dear EBM Tools Network members, we heard from several folks who wanted
to respond to the marine climate change tools and resources survey but
hadn’t had a chance to do so yet. So will leave it open until this Friday,
November 8, to give anyone who still wants to respond a little extra time.
Thanks for your patience.***

Dear EBM Tools Network member,

There is a severe lack of information on which tools and resources have
actually been used for addressing current and potential climate change
impacts on marine ecosystems and which of these tools and resources have
proven most helpful/effective. The EBM Tools Network, in collaboration with
OpenChannels.org, is working to address this information gap by conducting
a short survey of tools and resources that are being used or have been used
for developing or implementing actions to address current and potential
climate change impacts on marine ecosystems. We would appreciate it if you
would participate in this survey if you have been, or are currently
involved in, developing or implementing actions to address current and
potential climate change impacts on marine ecosystems. The survey should
take between 15 and 30 minutes depending on the number of tools and
resources about which you provide information. We would appreciate
responses by October 31, 2013.

SURVEY LINK: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MarineClimateChangeTools

For this survey, we are interested in information about a broad range of
“tools and resources” including written guides, models, protocols,
replicable methodologies, computer software, apps, databases, and other
types of useful resources for conducting marine climate change adaptation

The information gathered in this survey will form a resource base that will
be shared with the broader marine community and will be extremely valuable
to others getting started in marine climate adaptation work. We greatly
appreciate your help with this effort. A summary of the results will be
published on OpenChannels.org and advertised through the EBM Tools Network
mailing list. The results will also be used to inform the work of select
projects such as the Reefs Tomorrow Initiative.

Please contact me at sarah_carr at natureserve.org if you have any questions
about the survey.

Thank you for your help!

Sarah Carr
Network Coordinator
Ecosystem-Based Management Tools Network
Mailing address: NatureServe, 4600 N Fairfax Dr, 7th Floor, Arlington, VA
Phone: 703.908.1892
E-mail: sarah_carr at natureserve.org

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