Coastal Salinity Index along the Southeastern Atlantic Coast and the Gulf of Mexico, 1983 to 2018

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Petkewich, M. D., Lackstrom, K., McCloskey, B. J., Rouen, L. F., Conrads, P. A. 2019. Coastal Salinity Index along the Southeastern Atlantic Coast and the Gulf of Mexico, 1983 to 2018. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2019-1090. U.S. Geological Survey.

Coastal, Fresh water, Management, Modeling, Salt water, Water quality, Flow conditions, Drought, Tools, Saltwater intrusion, Salinity

This report describes the development and intended use of the Coastal Salinity Index (CSI), which is a computational tool used to characterize drought (high-salt) and wet (high-freshwater) conditions in coastal areas along the northern Gulf of Mexico and the southeastern Atlantic Ocean (U.S.).

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