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Wetlands

The Center for Coastal Resources Management (CCRM) conducts basic and applied research on the structure and functions of both tidal and nontidal wetlands, collaborating with researchers throughout the mid-Atlantic region. Applied research focuses on policy option analysis, functional assessment methods, inventory and monitoring techniques, and creation/restoration protocols. CCRM provides extensive support to the Commonwealth through training of local and state managers, research, development and management of data bases, and supporting regulatory program activities.

assessment methodologies

Living Shorelines - a website that provides design options, guidance, and resources in determining if a living shoreline option is right for your situation.

well site

Non-Tidal Wetlands - assessment methodologies, hydrogeomorphic research, non-tidal databases, and links to DEQ non-tidal wetlands query.

Toad with mic

Wetlands Research - CCRM research on tidal and non-tidal wetlands

wetlands data viewer

Teaching Marsh - a website that allows you to explore the features of the VIMS Teaching Marsh.

Tidal Wetlands

Tidal Wetlands - includes assessment methods, databases, field guides, policy, tools, and other resources related to tidal wetlands.

swamp rose

Wetland Plants - provides guides, photos, and reports on wetlands plants.

 

 

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