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Shoalwater Bay Berm Monitoring

Publication number Date Published
17-06-024August 2017
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Author(s) Heather M. Weiner, George M. Kaminsky, Amanda Hacking, and Diana McCandless
Description This report documents the data collection, processing, and results from a series of topographic and bathymetric surveys conducted by the Washington State Department of Ecology Coastal Monitoring & Analysis Program (CMAP) between September 2014 and September 2016 to produce high-resolution digital elevation models (DEMs) and analyze morphologic change of a flood protection berm built by the US Army Corps of Engineers at Shoalwater Bay.
NOTES Grant deliverable for US Army Corps of Engineers Cooperative Agreement
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Keywords LiDAR, elevation, Coastal Monitoring & Analysis Program(CMAP), morphology change, Shoalwater, beach, sediment, shoreline, topography, coastal mapping, CMAP, coast, Coastal Monitoring & Analysis Program, Digital Elevation Model (DEM), coastal monitoring