The Defra-funded National Network of Regional Coastal Monitoring Programmes of England comprises six regional programmes and is coordinated and delivered under the Open Government Licence by the Channel Coastal Observatory (CCO). The CCO data management centre is hosted by New Forest District Council, in partnership with the University of Southampton and is based in the National Oceanography Centre Southampton.
The network of monitoring programmes is managed through a series of lead authorities on behalf of the Coastal Groups and provides a regionally consistent and integrated approach to evidence gathering, delivers strategic actions, maximises the use of data and provides best value. The principal monitoring and analytical tasks of the regional coastal monitoring programmes include topographic surveys (cross-section profiles, baselines, control network, post-storm and emergency incident recovery surveys of beaches, cliffs and landslides); bathymetric surveys (multibeam and single beam surveys); network of coastal wave buoys, tide gauges and meteorological stations); ecological mapping; aerial photography and photogrammetry; airborne Lidar (Light Detection And Ranging)
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2016 Coastal Monitoring