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W&M > VIMS > CCRM

The Center for Coastal Resources Management (CCRM) develops and supports integrated and adaptive management of coastal zone resources. To fulfill this mission, the Center undertakes research, provides advisory service, and conducts outreach education.

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Wetlands Report Summary Report Terrapin

New living shoreline demonstration sites are now ready for visitors.

Click here to read the new report on Virginia Accomplishments Since the 2008 Climate Action Plan Release.

CCRM is working to reduce by-catch of terrapins and other animals in the blue crab fishery. Research this summer was recently featured in a Bay Journal Story.


Rivers and Coast

CCRMGraduate Fellow

Garden Club Scholarship
Rivers & Coast See the September 2014 publication about Living Shoreline Implementation.

A CCRM Graduate Fellow's research incorporates climate change into policy. Learn about Emily Egginton Skeehan's work studying the Lynnhaven River Basin Ecosystem Restoration Plan. (photo courtesy of Katharine Sucher)

Applications are now being accepted for the Garden Club of America 2015 Award in Coastal Wetlands Studies. See previous award recipients. Application deadline January 15, 2015.

 
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