Remote Sensing Coastal Change

Dates 2016-10-01 to 2022-09-30
Description Rapid developments have occurred in remote sensing technologies during the 21st century. The USGS CMGP has the opportunity to become a leader in the innovative application of these techniques to better understand coastal systems and their hazards. To achieve this objective a new five-year project, Remote Sensing Coastal Change, is proposed to develop and apply promising new techniques and technologies for the purpose of addressing the USGS's scientific goals. Development and implementation of these techniques will result in better understanding of coastal change hazards and cost effective evaluations of change across U.S. coastal systems.
Keywords Remote sensing, coastal change, coastal erosion, structure-from-motion, photogrammetry, lidar
Number ZP00GJA
Status Active
Center USGS, Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center

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
Sharing restrictions? No
Deadline for sharing data? No