|author||Pacific Salmon Foundation|
|species||Chinook, chum, coho, pink, sockeye|
|location||Vancouver Island, British Columbia|
|subjects||salmon, climate change, shoreline, estuary, sea level rise, Salish Sea|
|access file||download pdf|
Impacts of Climate Change on Shorelines, People, and Salmon: Nature-Based Approaches for Ecosystem Health
This document provides an overview of climate-change impacts on the south and east coast of Vancouver Island, the impacts of hard armouring, the value of preserving natural shorelines, and how to use nature-based solutions as adaptation strategies for sea level rise.
Resilient Coasts for Salmon is an initiative by the Marine Science Program (a Pacific Salmon Foundation program).