More Examples

How can we visualize how fast the shoreline changed in a particular area during a long or short term?

Long term changes from 1880-2006 for zone E, glacial drifts and beaches. Positive change in purple, negative in pink

Charts like these illustrate how to use the data included in the full summary.

Above: The end point rate (how fast) is shown above and below the baseline line with positive change (accumulation rate) in purple; rate of loss is shown below the line in pink.

Below: Both long term and short term trends are shown in this example, with accumulation above the line and loss below the line.


Long and short term end point rates shown in purple for accumulation and pink for loss

Many more examples of how to use and output the analysis data can be found in the full summary.