Working with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Fish and Wildlife, the Center conducted an assessment of wildlife habitats that are particularly vulnerable to impacts of climate change. Through a review of the scientific literature and an expert panel process, the Center identified New Jersey habitats that are expected to be most significantly impacted by predicted climate change impacts, including sea level rise, storm surges, increased high heat days and changed air quality. Results from the project will directly inform the state’s efforts to incorporate management strategies in forthcoming updates to the state Wildlife Action Plan.
Start Year: 2013
Assessment of the Vulnerability of New Jersey’s Habitat and Wildlife to Climate Change
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