Posted by: Bob Payne | May 19, 2011

Sea Grant Natural Resource Policy Fellowship 2011: The Ocean Shore

Over the past decade, coastal armoring along the Oregon coast has continued to expand, particularly on the central coast. Information about the characteristics of shoreline hardening structures and other alterations, particularly those permitted since the creation of an inventory of SPS in 2002, is not well integrated into an easy-to-use geospatial database. Additionally, new resources have (or will soon) become available that can help supplement and update the inventory conducted almost 10 years ago. OPRD and its partner agencies will benefit from improved spatial data solutions to meet staff and management needs for readily accessible information.

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