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National Shoreline Management Study

Regional Shoreline Management Assessments

 

California: In September 2018, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released the California National Shoreline Management Study report.  The purpose of the California Regional Assessment is to describe the physical, environmental, and economic aspects of erosion and accretion of the coastal shoreline for the entire state.

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Report | News Story

Hawaii: In September 2018, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released the National Shoreline Management Study Hawaiian Islands report.  Most of Hawaii’s beaches and shorelines are eroding, threatening the economy, environmental resources, and infrastructure.

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Report | News Story

Great Lakes Region: In March 2017, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released its draft Great Lakes Region National Shoreline Management Study, Lake Michigan report. The report provides an assessment of the effects of erosion and accretion upon socio-economics and the environment, and what management actions are being taken or are needed to maintain resilient shorelines.

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Report (pdf, 5.14 MB) | News Story (pdf, 282 KB)

Report cover graphic for Great Lakes Regional Shoreline Assessment Draft Report