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National Assessment of Shoreline Change (NASC): Historical Shoreline Change in the Hawaiian Islands
Charles H. Fletcher (au)
Because the U.S. population continues to shift toward the coast where valuable coastal property is vulnerable to erosion, the USCG is conducting a national assessment of coastal change. One aspect of this effort, the NASC, uses shoreline position as a proxy for coastal change because shoreline position is one of the most commonly monitored indicators of environ. change. This study: (1) develops and implements improved methods of assessing and monitoring shoreline movement; and (2) improves current understanding of the processes controlling shoreline movement. This report summarizes historical shoreline changes on the 3 most densely populated islands of the 8 main Hawaiian Islands: Kauai, Oahu, and Maui. Illus. A print on demand report.
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