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    • CommentAuthormapGirl85
    • CommentTimeMay 17th 2014
    I'm a newbie to this forum, please help!

    I've been tasked to model Sea Level Rise (SLR) and inundation levels for a particular coastal area in Southern CA. I was able to download SLR data from NOAA so I thought I was in the clear; however, their SLR scenarios only predict up to a 6' rise... I need to model up to 12' rise and report what implications that rise has on our operations (ie. coverage area, facilities, etc.). I am wondering if I can use their data and build upon it to get my 12' SLR scenarios (in 1' increments).

    I tried other methods, using a 5m DEM and using spatial analyst, raster calculator to model up to 12' scenarios but my data looked pretty different from NOAAs... so I question my outputs, since I know they're a professional agency and have everything keyed in. I do have tiles of LIDAR available but don't know where to start. So I'm hoping there's a way to use NOAAs data and expand upon it somehow.

    Fast replies are welcomed!! I have a few days to get this done.

    Thanks :)