Tool: Alaska Coastal Mapping Gaps and Priorities

The State of Alaska Coastal Hazard’s Program is engaged in ongoing investigations that expand our understand of how the coastline has evolved and how it will respond to hazardous events and long-term changes.  The program studies the impacts of flooding and erosion on Alaska’s coastal communities from coastal storms, sea level rise, permafrost thaw, and changing ocean conditions.  These studies include partnerships with other agencies and especially the communities where coastal hazards are impacting Alaskan communities. Check out the publication  Coastal Mapping Gaps and Priorities.

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