National Assessment of Coastal Change Hazards - NACCH

Dates 2012-10-01 to 2021-09-30
Description The National Assessment of Coastal Change Hazards (NACCH) provides robust scientific findings that help to identify areas that are most vulnerable to diverse coastal change hazards including beach and dune erosion, long-term shoreline change, and sea-level rise. Through extensive observation, modeling and prediction of these processes, scientists gauge how U.S. shores have historically shifted, and how past changes will affect their vulnerability to future hazards.
Number GX.21.MN00.F4J20.00
Status Inactive
Center USGS, St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center
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Data management plan

Collect new data? No
Use existing USGS data? No
Contract or donated data? No
Need new software or equipment? No
Time commitments, by task and pay periods
Data format Non-proprietary
Archive format Non-digital
Meaningful file names? No
Stored safe from damage? No
Avoiding single point of failure? No
Index of the data? No
Long-term format? No
Web page? No
http://marine.usgs.gov/coastalchangehazards/
Sharing restrictions? No
Deadline for sharing data? No