Integrated Nearshore Priorities Project

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The Integrated Nearshore Priorities project is an effort led by the Puget Sound Partnership (Partnership) to bring together results and outputs from existing landscape-scale assessments in a spatially-explicit manner to further inform ecosystem recovery and management priorities in Puget Sound. The project is a combination of research, GIS analyses, and mapping inspired and vetted by an interagency technical workgroup. This summary report describes the needs addressed by this project, the workgroup process, idealized and realized elements of integration, a proof of concept exercise, and recommendations for expanding the effort.