Maps depicting likelihood of shore protection from a new article in Environmental Research Letters
A $2 million effort to map the likelihood of shore protection along the Atlantic Coast of the United States is summarized in a new article entitled "State and local governments plan for development of most land vulnerable to rising sea level along the U.S. Atlantic Coast." The maps divide coastal low lands into four categories: developed (shore protection almost certain), intermediate (shore protection likely), undeveloped (shore protection unlikely), and conservation (no shore protection).
Unlike the state-specific pages on this site, this page links to maps that you can view online (though they may be a bit larger than your screen). If you then click on one of the those maps, you will download a larger jpg file designed for printing at 300 dots per inch on 8-1/2 X 11 inch paper.
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