Hurricane Matthew: Predictions, Observations, and an Analysis of Coastal Change

Hurricane Matthew: Predictions, Observations, and an Analysis of Coastal Change

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Birchler, J. J., Doran, K. S., Long, J. W., Stockdon, H. F. 2019. Hurricane Matthew: Predictions, Observations, and an Analysis of Coastal Change. Open-File Report 2019-1095. U.S. Geological Survey.

Climate change, Coastal, GIS, Management, Climate, Natural disasters, Hurricanes, Geomorphology, Shoreline

This study documented the coastal changes that occurred along the coasts of the northeastern United States as a result of Hurricane Matthew. Prior to the incidence of Hurricane Matthew, USGS forecasted potential coastal changes and developed pre-storm management guidance. Following the storm, aerial photographs and lidar surveys were collected in order to validate the predictions made prior to the storm and to compare pre- and post-storm coastal conditions.

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