Temporal and spatial changes in coastal morphology, Tillamook County, Oregon

New lidar based mapping along the Tillamook County coast provides updated spatial extents of beaches and dunes that may be subject to existing and future storm-induced wave erosion, runup, overtopping, and coastal flooding. Side-by-side maps of the spatial extent of beaches and dunes in 1975 and now show changes that have taken place. These data will help communities implement Oregon Statewide Planning Goal 18: Beaches and Dunes., by Jonathan C. Allan., Title from PDF cover (viewed on July 8, 2020)., This archived document is maintained by the State Library of Oregon as part of the Oregon Documents Depository Program. It is for informational purposes and may not be suitable for legal purposes., Includes bibliographical references (pages 26-27)., Mode of access: Internet from the Oregon Government Publications Collection., Text in English.
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Abstract/Description: New lidar based mapping along the Tillamook County coast provides updated spatial extents of beaches and dunes that may be subject to existing and future storm-induced wave erosion, runup, overtopping, and coastal flooding. Side-by-side maps of the spatial extent of beaches and dunes in 1975 and now show changes that have taken place. These data will help communities implement Oregon Statewide Planning Goal 18: Beaches and Dunes.
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Coast changes -- Oregon -- Tillamook County
Coast changes -- Maps -- Oregon -- Tillamook County
Beach erosion -- Oregon -- Tillamook County
Beach erosion -- Maps -- Oregon -- Tillamook County
Date Issued: 2020.