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Layer: December, 2013 minus September, 2000 (ID: 22)

Parent Layer: Beach Elevation Change (meters)

Name: December, 2013 minus September, 2000

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Description: The seacoast lidar (Light Detection and Ranging) elevation change is a difference in elevation for beaches along the Atlantic coast of New Hampshire. The elevation change represents any erosion or deposition of sand, gravel or cobble in the time between the two lidar surveys it was based on. The project was done under the BOEM (Bureau of Ocean and Energy Management) cooperative agreement M14ACOOO10 in an effort to quantify the areas of the New Hampshire coast that are most prone to erosion and therefore most likely to need beach nourishment projects.

Copyright Text: New Hampshire Geological Survey (NHGS), United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), United States Geological Survey (USGS)

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