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Elevation profiles are a type of temporal data that can be used to understand coastal environments, document change and assess vulnerability. The value of these shore-normal measurements increases when sites are revisited seasonally and/or interannually due to the dynamic range of coastal landforms. These static measurements of the shoreface have been collected by a number of stakeholders in Alaska since the 1960s, but, have not historically been published or readily accessible. In cooperation with the Alaska Ocean Observing System, the Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys (DGGS) has designed a universal repository to house these coastal measurements. This new database has an interactive map interface...


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