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Title: Mapping Marine Habitats: Kodiak

Project Year and Number: 2002: 02619

Other Fiscal Years and Numbers for this Project: None

Principal Investigator (PI): Robert Foy, NOAA Fisheries

Assisting Personnel: John Harper

Research Location:

Restoration Category: Research

Injured Resources Addressed: Not Specified

Abstract: This project will conduct aerial video mapping of the northern coastal areas of Afognak and Kodiak islands at extreme low tides; these locations have been identified as among the highest risk for spill impacts. Video mapping will employ the shore zone mapping protocols of the Washington ShoreZone mapping project (which was used for the entire state of Washington coastline and the British Columbia coast), incorporating all of their features and new ones appropriate for Alaska. Imagery will be collected with future application ShoreZone protocols for mapping biological, geological and anthropogenic attributes. Approximately 1,600 km of coastline will be mapped in a five-day survey. Final imagery will be set up on an ArcIMS website. This project is related to Project 02556/Mapping Marine Habitats: Kachemak Bay and Project 02613/ Mapping Marine Habitats: Prince William Sound to McCarty Fjord.


Keywords

Geographic Regions Cook Inlet
Kodiak Island
Fields of Expertise Geology
Hydrology
Management & Policy
Physical/Chemical Oceanography
Technological Methods Geographic information systems/Mapping
Modeling
Professional Activity Data Synthesis/Visualization
Ecosystems Marine – Nearshore
Marine – Pelagic

Proposal: View PDF (58 KB)

Funding Recommendations: View

Funding Detail For: 2002

Quarterly Project Tasks For: 2002

Annual Report: 2002: Not Available

Final Report: View

Publications from this Project: None Available