Gulf of Mexico Sea Grant programs and the National Sea Grant Law Center employed traditional methods of legal research and writing to develop innovative policies for adaptation to sea-level rise in the Gulf of Mexico.
Maine Sea Grant research developed ways for fishermen and other marine resource users to participate in ocean mapping and influence planning efforts.
MIT Sea Grant helped local fishermen earn more by putting safe and sustainably-caught seafood straight onto the dinner plates of Massachusetts citizens using a direct-to-customer distribution model.
Coastal decision makers and property owners are benefiting from the Wisconsin Coastal Atlas, which integrates geospatial Great Lakes data.
Washington Sea Grant developed indicators of human well-being that are used in integrated ecosystem assessments that affect management decisions.