Special Area Management Plan for Greenwich Bay, RI, USA

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  • Evaluation of the Participation Process for Greenwich Bay Special Area Management Plan Ricci, G. Coastal Resources Center, Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island 1 January 2005

    Survey results from the Greenwich Bay Special Area Management Plan participation process.

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  • Public Access to the Rhode Island Coast Allard Cox, M. (ed.). Rhode Island Sea Grant and the Coastal Resources Center, Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island 1 January 2004

    A public access guide to help locate some of the different types of public access to the Rhode Island shore.

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  • What is a SAMP? The Greenwich Bay Special Area Management Plan Lee, V. Coastal Resources Center, Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island 1 January 2003

    A brief description of how a Special Area Management Plan (SAMP) can be used as a management tool.

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  • Greenwich Bay: An Ecological History Kennedy, S., and V. Lee. Coastal Resources Center and Rhode Island Sea Grant 1 January 2003

    Greenwich Bay: An Ecological History is designed to celebrate the best of Greenwich Bay, while examining the issues facing the bay. Chapters cover the theme areas of water quality, habitat, flood and storm hazards, geologic processes, cultural and historic resources, and land use and economy, which are illustrated by vignettes—personal anecdotes that provide a look at the issues through the eyes of an individual with ties to the bay.

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