Detailed knowledge of near-shore topography and bathymetry is required for many geospatial data applications in the coastal environment. New data sources and processing methods are facilitating development of seamless, regional-scale topobathymetric digital elevation models. These elevation models integrate disparate multi-sensor, multi-temporal topographic and bathymetric datasets to provide a coherent base layer for coastal science applications such as wetlands mapping and monitoring, sea-level rise assessment, benthic habitat mapping, erosion monitoring, and storm impact assessment. The focus of this special issue is on recent advances in the source data, data processing and integration methods, and applications of topobathymetric datasets.
Additional publication details
|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Title||Introduction: Special issue on advances in topobathymetric mapping, models, and applications|
|Series title||Journal of Coastal Research|
|Volume||Special Issue 76|
|Publisher||Coastal Education and Research Foundation|
|Contributing office(s)||Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center|