About Beaches Data
beach profile data provided on this site is survey data collected by
the Coastal Data and Analysis Program (CDA) and outside independent
surveyors which has been reviewed for quality control by CDA and/or FSU Beaches and
Shores Research Center (BSRC) engineers. The offshore portions of
the profiles from wading depth seaward have generally NOT been
quality checked by CDA and/or BSRC engineers. It is noted that a
history of monument control information is not available on this
site at this time. A large portion of the survey monuments have been
moved over time as a result of changed conditions such as erosion or
building construction. This is clearly indicated in the control
headings in the profile data files. However, there have typically been several horizontal
and vertical control surveys per county over time, resulting in
multiple coordinate and vertical control values per range, which are
not available here at this time.
version of the beach profile data provided under the
Coastal Data and Analysis Program of this web
page is part of the Historic Shoreline Data link. CDA and BSRC
engineers have reviewed this version for quality
control. A standardized horizontal and vertical reference
system is employed to maintain consistency and
commonality of the data for analytical purposes. This
data set will generally be the version that coastal
engineers and scientists performing coastal analyses use.
should be noted that there may be profile data that is not yet available in the Historic Shoreline Data
due to time lags in the review process.
survey data relative to any coastal construction control
line (CCCL) legal description and map of record is for
information purposes only. Official information must
be obtained from the record plat filed in the office of
the clerk of Circuit Court for the appropriate County.
Florida Department of Environmental Protection shall not
be held liable for any use thereof of any aerial photo
maps, beach and offshore profiles, historical shoreline
data, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) or other files
contained herein or any computer software such as storm
tide and dune erosion numerical models provided,
accumulated, maintained, or otherwise produced by the
use of any original material forthcoming from the Bureau of Beaches and Coastal
Systems in any reports or
publications shall be given appropriately cited credit.
This includes the citation of any pertinent Department
documentation or reports that may have a bearing on the
use of such data.
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Systems' Data or Disclaimer, please e-mail
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