Progress Tracking

Progress Tracking

Monitoring represents a critical component of an adaptive management cycle. For the 2016 Estuary Blueprint, our monitoring approach includes two primary components: 1) linking environmental outcomes in the Estuary Blueprint to the State of the Estuary Report, and 2) linking programmatic success, or outputs, through implementation of tasks with clear milestones distributed throughout the five-year implementation horizon of the Estuary Blueprint.

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The following charts record progress toward the completion of very specific actions which are enumerated and described in the Estuary Blueprint. These charts will be routinely updated over time as we collectively fulfill the attendant goals.

Action 1: Develop and implement a comprehensive, watershed-scale approach to aquatic resource protection

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Action 2: Establish a regional wetland and stream monitoring program

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Action 3: Protect, restore and enhance tidal marsh and tidal flat habitat

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Action 4: Identify, protect, and create transition zones around the Estuary

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Action 5: Protect, restore, and enhance intertidal and subtidal habitats

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Action 6: Maximize habitat benefits of managed wetlands and ponds

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Action 7: Conserve and enhance riparian and in-stream habitats throughout the Estuary's watersheds

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Action 8: Protect, restore, and enhance seasonal wetlands

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Action 9: Minimize the impact of invasive species

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Action 10: Increase the efficacy of predator management

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Action 11: Increase carbon sequestration through wetland restoration, creation, and management

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Action 12: Restore watershed connections to the Estuary to improve habitat, flood protection and water quality

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Action 13: Manage sediment on a regional scale and advance beneficial reuse

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Action 14: Demonstrate how natural habitats and nature-based shoreline infrastructure can provide increased resiliency to changes in the Estuary environment.

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Action 15: Advance natural resource protection while increasing resiliency of shoreline communities in the Bay Area

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Action 16: Integrate natural resource protection into state and local government hazard mitigation, response, and recovery planning

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Action 17: Improve regulatory review, permitting, and monitoring processes for multi-benefit climate adaptation projects

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Action 18: Improve the timing, amount, and duration of freshwater flows critical to Estuary health

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Action 19: Develop long-term drought plans

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Action 20: Increase regional agricultural water use efficiency

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Action 21: Reduce water use for landscaping around the Estuary

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Action 22: Expand the use of recycled water

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Action 23: Integrate water into the updated Plan Bay Area and other regional planning efforts

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Action 24: Manage stormwater with low impact development and green infrastructure

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Action 25: Address emerging contaminants

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Action 26: Decrease raw sewage discharges into the Estuary

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Action 27: Implement Total Maximum Daily Load projects in the Estuary, including projects to reduce mercury, methylmercury, pesticides and areas of low dissolved oxygen

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Action 28: Advance nutrient management in the Estuary

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Action 29: Engage the scientific community in efforts to improve baseline monitoring of ocean acidification and hypoxia effects in the Estuary.

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Action 30: Reduce trash input into the Estuary

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Action 31: Foster support for resource protection and restoration by providing Estuary-oriented public access and recreational opportunities compatible with wildlife

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Action 32: Champion and implement the CCMP

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