|Range of values
|Site at Bayou Heron Mouth.
|Site at Middle Bay North.
|Site at Middle Bay South.
|Site at Middle Bay West.
|Site at Grand Battures East.
|Site at Bird Island.
|Site at North Jose Bay.
|Site at meterological station island.
|Site at Point aux Chenes North.
|Site at Point aux Chenes Middle.
|Site at Point aux Chenes South.
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This dataset contains transects with linear regression rates of change for GPS, WorldView, and aerial image (AI) shorelines. The purpose of these data is for the calculation of shoreline change rates for marsh shorelines of the GBNERR from 2013-2020.
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Use_Constraints:The U.S. Geological Survey requests to be acknowledged as originator of the data in future products or derivative research. This metadata record should be reviewed in its entirety to ensure specific data are suitable for other studies. WorldView imagery remains the property of Maxar Technologies and is not published in this data release. Aerial imagery was downloaded from the USGS Earth Explorer website and is not published in this data release. Shoreline change rates are influenced by availability and accuracy of shoreline data. Analyses of highly dynamic areas are particularly challenging, including 1) areas near inlets, where there are excessively dynamic depositional/erosional sand bars that may appear/disappear rapidly, and 2) tidal creek shorelines where the vegetation/water line is not easily distinguished. Transects were modified so they crossed the shorelines in a perpendicular direction, but some small peninsulas were difficult to determine a perpendicular direction. Users of this data should examine the variables and values closely to determine if the analyses are appropriate for their intended purpose.
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