Oregon Coast Landward Migration Zone slideshow

Laura Brophy and Michael Ewald   2017

Landward migration zones (“LMZs”) are areas that could become future tidal wetlands under sea level rise. This slideshow explains the methods and results of the Estuary Technical Group’s mapping of potential future tidal wetlands for all the estuaries on Oregon’s outer coast.

Ni-les’tun Tidal Wetland Restoration Effectiveness Monitoring: Year 2 Post-Restoration (2013)

Laura Brophy, Stan van de Wetering, Michael Ewald, Laura Brown, and Christopher Janousek   2014

       

Waite Ranch Baseline Effectiveness Monitoring 2014

Laura S. Brophy, Laura A. Brown, and Michael J. Ewald   2015

 

Annual Compensatory Wetland Mitigation Monitoring Report for 2014 (Year 7) Off-site Mitigation, North Fork Siuslaw River Bridge Project

Laura S. Brophy and Laura A. Brown   2014

 

2014 Monitoring Report: Tamara Quays Tidal Wetland Restoration

Laura S. Brophy and Laura A. Brown   2014

 

Baseline Monitoring at Wallooskee-Youngs Restoration Site, 2015: Blue Carbon and Channel Morphology

Laura S. Brophy, Laura A. Brown, Michael J. Eward, and Erin K. Peck   2015

 

2015 Monitoring Report: Pixieland Tidal Wetland Restoration

Laura A. Brown and Laura S. Brophy   2015

 

Ni-les’tun Tidal Wetland Restoration Effectiveness Monitoring: Year 4 Post-Restoration (2015)

Laura A. Brown, Michael J. Ewald, and Laura S. Brophy   2016

         

Southern Flow Corridor Baseline Effectiveness Monitoring: 2014

Laura A. Brown, Michael J. Ewald, Laura S. Brophy, and Stan van de Wetering   2016

 

Ni-les’tun Tidal Wetland Restoration Effectiveness Monitoring: Baseline (2010-2011)

Laura S. Brophy and Stan van de Wetering   2012

   

Tidal Wetland Prioritization for the Necanicum River Estuary

Laura Brophy   2012

 

Tidal Wetland Prioritization for the Nehalem River Estuary

Laura Brophy and Khemarith So   2005