List of Figures

Fig. 1. The U.S. West Coast.
Fig. 2a. Grid cells (0.25° by 0.25°) and line segments (1:2,000,000) used in the raster (ASCII) and vector (ARC/INFO) files for Washington and northern Oregon. The value shown within each cell is the grid cell identification number.
Fig. 2b. Grid cells (0.25° by 0.25°) and line segments (1:2,000,000) used in the raster (ASCII) and vector (ARC/INFO) files for southern Oregon and northern California. The value shown within each cell is the grid cell identification number.
Fig. 2c. Grid cells (0.25° by 0.25°) and line segments (1:2,000,000) used in the raster (ASCII) and vector (ARC/INFO) files for southern California. The value shown within each cell is the grid cell identification number.
Fig. 3. The original NGDC elevation data set and the corrected coastal grid cells with calculated mean elevation values (i.e., values of 0 m) used in this NDP.
Fig. 4. Example of how the geologic data were transferred from the 1:2,000,000 digitized coastline map to the 0.25° by 0.25° grid cells used in this data base.
Fig. 5. Locations of the 16 sea-level gauge stations used in this NDP.
Fig. 6. Example of how the shoreline displacement data were transferred to the 0.25° grid cells used in this NDP.
Fig. 7. Example of how the wave height data were transferred to the 0.25° by 0.25° grid cells used in this NDP.
Fig. 8. Example of how the Coastal Vulnerability Index (CVI5) may be used to identify high-risk coastlines.