NGOM Sentinel Site Cooperative

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NGOM Sentinel Site Cooperative
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The Northern Gulf of Mexico Sentinel Site Cooperative (NGOM SSC) is one of five Sentinel Site Cooperatives within the broader NOAA Sentinel Site Program (SSP). The NGOM SSC is a partnership focused on sea-level rise and inundation in the northern Gulf of Mexico. A broad array of partners working along the science to stewardship continuum make up the Cooperative working to fill identified gaps and needs in sea-level rise science and management. The NGOM SSC geographic are is defined as the coastal counties from the Pearl River to the Suwannee River, but the Cooperative partner base includes local, state, regional, and national partners. Through NOAA, the Cooperative as expanded the partnerships to include academics, non-governmental organizations, and other federal, state, and local government agencies.
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Surface Elevation Table (SET) Inventory for the Northern Gulf of Mexico (4/3/2015 - updated inventory available at masgc.org)
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This dataset was uploaded in 2015 and has recently been updated. To view the updated dataset, visit http://masgc.org/northern-gulf-of-mexico-sentinel-site-co/map.


This dataset provides an initial inventory of approximate locations (within 500 m accuracy) of Surface Elevation Tables (SETs) that are currently installed in coastal wetland ecosystems (e.g., salt marshes, mangrove...

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