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2021 State of the Environment Report Marine Chapter – Case Study – Marine restoration in a changing climate

Researchers: Emma Flukes (Point of contact) ,  Harrison, Daniel (Author) ,  Ian McLeod (Principal investigator of, Postdoctoral Fellow (Industry)) ,  Layton, Cayne (Author) ,  Layton, Cayne (Author)
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Brief description The Marine chapter of the 2021 State of the Environment (SoE) report incorporates multiple expert templates developed from streams of marine data. This metadata record describes the Case Study "Marine restoration in a changing climate". ***A PDF of the full Case Study, including figures and tables (where provided) is downloadable in the "On-line Resources" section of this record as "CASE STUDY 2021 – Marine restoration in a changing climate"*** ---------------------------------------- DESCRIPTION OF THE CASE STUDY Until recently, marine conservation and management have primarily focused on reducing the drivers that cause biodiversity and habitat loss. While actions such as managing overfishing and reducing pollution have led to some improvements, marine ecosystems continue to decline. Habitat restoration is increasingly seen as a viable tool to slow and even reverse these declines. However, since ongoing climate change is a driver of habitat loss in many instances, restoration can be a complex and multifaceted challenge often requiring novel ‘engineering’ solutions; especially when coupled with a need to sustain the provision of ecosystem services and support Australia’s rapidly growing Blue Economy. --- [see attached Case Study for more] DATA STREAM(S) USED IN CASE STUDY Synthesis of literature published, and expert knowledge of the case study authors.

Lineage Statement: QUALITY OF DATA USED IN THE ASSESSMENT Peer-reviewed literature.

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Peer reviews of this case study were provided by: Megan Saunders (CSIRO) Nicole Shumway (University of QLD)

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CASE STUDY 2021 - Marine restoration in a changing climate [direct download] (SoE_2021_MARINE_Case_Study__Marine_restoration.pdf)

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When citing this Case Study in a list of references use the following format: Layton, C., Harrison, D., & McLeod, I. (2021). 2021 State of the Environment Report Marine Chapter – Case Study – Marine restoration in a changing climate. Australian Ocean Data Network. https://doi.org/10.26198/5M5G-VJ38

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