Category Archives: Online Viewers

Thin Layer Deposition to Restore Marshes

On February 28, 2018, Posted by , In Online Viewers, With Comments Off on Thin Layer Deposition to Restore Marshes

Check out the storymap: Can We Save Our Drowning Salt Marshes Thin layer deposition is a technique that has been tested in portions of the coastal US with promising results.  It involves the process of using environmentally-clean sand obtained from the dredging of navigational channels and breachways and depositing it…

Obtaining Elevation Data from NOAA Digital Coast

On December 12, 2016, Posted by , In NPS Workflow,Online Viewers, By , With Comments Off on Obtaining Elevation Data from NOAA Digital Coast

Finding and accessing high quality elevation data can be challenging. If you’re working in a coastal area, the NOAA Coastal Service Center’s Digital Coast website will probably be one of your first stops.  Not only does this website provide users with access to data collected by NOAA itself, but a variety of…

Northeast Ocean Data – a New England Ocean Data Resource

On March 23, 2015, Posted by , In Online Viewers, By , With Comments Off on Northeast Ocean Data – a New England Ocean Data Resource

Northeast Ocean Data (NEOD) is a decision support tool and information resource for ocean data users from the Gulf of Maine to Long Island Sound. Maintained by a diverse Working Group, NEOD is comprised of data, tools and information from a variety of organizations, such as Applied Science Associates, The Nature…

NOAA’s Hurricane Sandy Response Imagery Viewer

On January 15, 2015, Posted by , In NPS Workflow,Online Viewers, By , With Comments Off on NOAA’s Hurricane Sandy Response Imagery Viewer

Accessing high quality imagery data can sometimes be difficult for prospective data users. If you were working in a coastal area after the landfall of Hurricane Sandy in October of 2012, then the NOAA Hurricane SANDY Response Imagery Viewer may have been your first stop for high quality imagery data. This site…

Introducing the USGS Coastal Change Hazards Portal

On January 15, 2015, Posted by , In Online Viewers, By , With Comments Off on Introducing the USGS Coastal Change Hazards Portal

The new USGS Coastal Change Hazards Portal is an interactive map viewer where users can view and download coastal change data for all coasts in the United States. Data within the portal is organized into three categories: 1) Extreme Storms, 2) Shoreline Change, and 3) Sea-level Rise. These categories contain a multitude…