Shoreline Monitoring Database


Last edited 2024-03-11

Publications based on data uploaded to this website:
Des Roches, S., K.L. Accola, H.S. Faulkner, J.R. Morgan, B.S. Perla, M. Metler, M.N. Dethier, and J.D. Toft. 2024. Shoreline restoration including armor removal and log placement affect ecosystem recovery through time. Restoration Ecology
Toft, J.D., K.L. Accola, S. Des Roches, J.N. Kobelt, H.S. Faulkner, J.R. Morgan, B.S. Perla, M. Metler, and M.N. Dethier. 2023. Coastal landforms and fetch influence shoreline restoration effectiveness. Frontiers in Marine Science 10:1199749.
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Des Roches, S., LaFuente, J.R., Faulkner, H.S., Morgan, J.R., Perla, B.S., Metler, M., Dethier, M.N., and J.D. Toft. 2022. Shoreline armor removal can restore variability in intertidal ecosystems. Ecological Indicators 140:109056.
Websites that have data resources useful for planning monitoring in Puget Sound:
Resources for monitoring design and method development: