Map 13: Little Compton: 0.3m Sea Level Rise in 2100

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This map was created for a senior geology-biology thesis to determine the impact of sea level rise on coastal Rhode Island salt marsh migration. The three sites chosen for the study, Barrington, Westerly, and Little Compton, were chosen on a gradient of increasing urbanization to study how marsh migration will affect coastal infrastructure.

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Molino, Grace, "Map 13: Little Compton: 0.3m Sea Level Rise in 2100" (2018). Brown University Open Data Collection, Impacts of Sea Level Rise on Coastal Rhode Island Salt Marsh Migration. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://doi.org/10.7301/Z0CJ8BZQ

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    This data archive contains the maps created for a senior geology-biology thesis to determine the impact of sea level rise on coastal Rhode Island salt marsh migration. The three sites chosen for the study, Barrington, Westerly, and Little Compton, were …

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