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Portland plans for action in the face of rising seas and bigger storms

 How wet will we get?
By JEFF INGLIS  |  October 14, 2013

Maine’s Climate Future: An Initial Assessment | University of Maine | February 2009 (revised April 2009)

Climate Change and Transportation in Maine | Maine Department of Transportation | October 2009

Climate Change in the Casco Bay Watershed | Casco Bay Estuary Partnership | December 2009

People and Nature Adapting to a Changing Climate: Charting Maine’s Course (Part 1, Part 2 ) | Maine Department of Environmental Protection | February 2010

Climate Variability and Coastal Community Resilience: Developing and Testing a National Model of State-based Outreach | Maine Sea Grant | August 2010

Maine Coastal Property Owner’s Guide to Erosion, Flooding, and Other Hazards | Maine Sea Grant | 2011

Building a Resilient Coast: Results from Focus Groups and Surveys with Maine Coastal Property Owners and Municipal Officials | Maine Sea Grant | Summer 2011

Preparing for the Changing Climate: A Northeast-Focused Needs Assessment | Clean Air Cool Planet | June 2011

COAST in Action: 2012 Projects from Maine and New Hampshire | New England Environmental Finance Center | July 2012

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