Sand Lake Estuary Current vs. 4.7ft SLR Map Public Deposited

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  • Potential future tidal wetlands and mudflats/open water at 4.7 ft SLR, versus areas currently within tidal wetland elevation range for the Sand Lake Estuary.Maps are based on elevation and projected sea level rise. They do not take into account rates of sediment accretion. Background: 2014 NAIP aerial photos. Colors and symbols show whether mapped areas are at elevations appropriate for tidal wetlands (emergent, shrub or forested), even if they are not currently tidal wetlands (e.g. they might be behind a dike or tide gate). That is, colors and symbols show whether or not the mapped areas would likely be vegetated tidal wetlands, if they were reconnected to the tides (and not in developed land uses).
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  • Map created by the Institute for Applied Ecology and MidCoast Watersheds Council.

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