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Coastal Engineering Geology Group Technical Reports

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High Frequency Storm Tide Study Reports  |  SBEACH  |  Hurricane and Tropical Storm Reports  |  Critical Erosion Report  |  Length of Sandy Shoreline  |  Engineering and Reporting Guidelines  |  Project Monitoring Standards  |  Sediment Geotechnical Guidelines Carbonate Beaches of Florida

High Frequency Storm Tide Study Reports

The study report includes the tropical storms in the 2-D storm surge simulations. The hydrographs for return periods of 15 and 25 years are generated for high frequency erosion model application, such as SBEACH.

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SBEACH

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Hurricane and Tropical Storm Reports

Overview and Comparative Storm Reports

Post-Storm Reports

2017 Storm Reports

2016 Storm Reports

2005 Storm Reports

2004 Storm Reports

Hurricane Characteristics and Storm Tide Elevations

Historical Post-Storm Reports (pre-2000)

    For additional information on tropical storms and hurricanes, please visit the National Hurricane Center website to view its storm data archives.

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Critical Erosion Report

Length of Sandy Shoreline

Engineering and Reporting Guidelines

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Project Monitoring Standards

Sediment Geotechnical Guidelines

Carbonate Beaches of Florida

Carbonate Beaches of Florida: An Inventory of Monroe County Beaches - Beaches and Shores Technical and Design Memorandum 90-1, March 1990

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More Information - Contacts

  • For more information concerning the post-storm and 100 year reports or the statewide coastal monitoring program, please email Robert Brantly.
  • For more information concerning the critical erosion report, carbonate beaches report, post storm reports and inlet reports please email Ralph Clark.
  • For more information concerning the High Frequency Storm Tide Study Reports, please email Shang-Yih Wang.
  • For more information concerning historic shoreline reports, and shoreline change rate estimates, please email Michael Manausa.
  • For more information concerning engineering and reporting guidelines please email Ralph Clark.
  • For more information concerning the sediment geotechnical guidelines please email Jennifer Steele.
  • Phone numbers can be found on the Staff Contacts page.

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