National Shoreline Change geonarrative

Screenshot of an image from another web site product displaying various lines indicating shoreline positions from 1852-1997.

Detailed Description

The National Shoreline Change geonarrative explains how various types of data such as historical maps, aerial imagery, and lidar are used to calculate changes in shoreline position across time. The series of geonarratives introduces partners and stakeholders to the data and tools available to them through the Coastal Change Hazards program.


Image Dimensions: 1249 x 835

Location Taken: US