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Coastal Change Hazards During Extreme Storms Investigated With Airborne Topographic Lidar

USGS Open File Report 01-98

by: Asbury H. Sallenger, Jr. and John C. Brock

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USGS Open File Report 01-98
"Coastal Change Hazards During Extreme Storms Investigated With Airborne Topographic Lidar" is a 2-page discussion of how the USGS and NASA are using lidar to obtain high quality pre- and post-storm elevations of beaches and dunes to quantify changes in the coastline as a result of extreme storms.

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