2-D modeled water level and shoreline change

Two animated graphs, one with a large dot following a jagged line and one with two waving lines.

Detailed Description

Animation depicting 2-D modeled water level (blue line) and shoreline change (solid line, original beach profile in dashed line) through one tidal cycle along a beach profile near Stinson Beach, California, during a 20-year storm event with projected 1-meter of sea-level rise. Significant wave height (red) at the seaward end of the profile is shown in the upper panel.

Disclaimer

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Details

Image Dimensions: 560 x 420

Location Taken: CA, US

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