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Data products & reports

Data products produced by our Coastal Monitoring and Analysis Program (CMAP) are publicly available. A selection of products from previous projects and research is available below.

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Reports

Publications

Presentations

We have a wide variety of useful, informative presentations highlighting previous projects and research about Washington’s coastal shorelines that are available upon request. They address a wide variety of topics such as:
  • Coastal zone mapping and monitoring (March 2017)
  • Coastal impacts of the 2015-2016 El Niño winter (July 2016)
  • Increasing coastal resiliency of bluff-top development through high-resolution imagery and information (April 2016)
  • Coastal zone mapping along the Elwha drift cell, Central Strait of Juan de Fuca (April 2016)
  • High resolution bathymetric and topographic survey to inform restoration efforts in Port Gamble Bay (April 2016)
  • A geospatial approach to prioritizing drift cells for strategic protection, restoration and enhancement (April 2016)
  • Mobile laser scanning and multi-beam sonar for coastal zone mapping and resource management (March 2013)

Posters

In addition to presentations, we also have a number of useful posters available upon request. They provide information about various topics including:
  • Integration of survey platforms and methods for mapping an extremely shallow river channel reservoir for water resource management (March 2017)
  • High resolution bathymetric and topographic survey to inform restoration efforts in Port Gamble Bay (April 2016)
  • Initial characterization and comparison of beach sediment throughout Puget Sound (April 2016)
  • Initial comparison of armored and unarmored beaches from boat-based Lidar (April 2014)
  • Mobile laser scanning and mult-ibeam sonar for coastal zone mapping and resource management (March 2013)