Goetz, F., C. Tanner, C.S. Simenstad, K. Fresh, T. Mumford and M. Logsdon
These principles are considered critical to the success of diverse restoration and protection actions. They communicate PSNP’s understanding of nearshore ecosystems and provide a framework for identifying, evaluating, and implementing restoration and protection actions; they apply to project stages from early planning to post-implementation monitoring. Developed to inform PSNP, it is anticipated that these principles will also be useful to the diverse array of people and organizations involved in restoration and protection of nearshore ecosystems and habitats.
Puget Sound Nearshore Partnership