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To support the modeling of storm-induced flooding, the USGS Coastal National Elevation Database (CoNED) Applications Project has created an integrated 1-meter topobathymetric digital elevation model (TBDEM) for the Central California Coast. High-resolution coastal elevation data is required to identify flood, hurricane, and sea-level rise inundation hazard zones and other earth science applications, such as the development of sediment transport and storm surge models. The new TBDEM consists of the best available multi-source topographic and bathymetric elevation data for the onshore and offshore areas in Central California. The Central California TBDEM integrates 70 different topographic and bathymetric data sources...
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To support the modeling of storm-induced flooding, the USGS Coastal National Elevation Database (CoNED) Applications Project has created an integrated 1-meter topobathymetric digital elevation model (TBDEM) for the Northern California Coast. High-resolution coastal elevation data is required to identify flood, hurricane, and sea-level rise inundation hazard zones and other earth science applications, such as the development of sediment transport and storm surge models. This TBDEM consists of the best available multi-source topographic and bathymetric elevation data for the onshore and offshore areas in Northern California. The Northern California TBDEM integrates 26 different topographic and bathymetric data sources...
Tags: 3D Elevation Program, 3DEP, Acoustic Sonar, Bathymetric, Bathymetry, All tags...
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This data release is a field-verified inventory of postfire hydrologic response for the 2020 CZU (San Mateo–Santa Cruz Unit) Lightning Complex, River Fire, Camel Fire, and Dolan Fire following a 26-29 January 2021 atmospheric river storm sequence. Postfire hydrologic response types include a) no response, b) minor response, and c) major response. A “minor” response was deemed capable of impairing infrastructure functioning (e.g., deposition or erosion along a road that could be regraded by mechanized earth-moving equipment within a matter of hours) or causing minor bodily injury (e.g., abrasions, sprains, or broken bones). A “major” response was deemed capable of causing sustained infrastructure impairment (e.g.,...


    map background search result map search result map Topobathymetric Model for the Central Coast of California, 1929 to 2017 Topobathymetric Model of Northern California, 1986 to 2019 Field-verified inventory of postfire hydrologic response for the 2020 CZU Lightning Complex, River, Camel, and Dolan Fires following a 26-29 January 2021 atmospheric river storm sequence Field-verified inventory of postfire hydrologic response for the 2020 CZU Lightning Complex, River, Camel, and Dolan Fires following a 26-29 January 2021 atmospheric river storm sequence Topobathymetric Model for the Central Coast of California, 1929 to 2017 Topobathymetric Model of Northern California, 1986 to 2019