Coastal Impressions: A Photographic Journey along Alaska's Gulf Coast (ShoreZone)

January 01, 2012

Booklet of photographs of Alaska's coastline taken during ShoreZone aerial surveys

The images in this exhibit were selected from tens of thousands of digital photographs obtained during ShoreZone aerial surveys in the Gulf of Alaska. ShoreZone is a coastal classification and mapping system based on the collection and interpretation of aerial imagery of the coastal environment. The imagery is taken at 100-300 meter altitude at an oblique angle while flying just offshore and is geo-referenced to the helicopter track-line.

Last updated by Alaska Regional Office on 05/21/2018

ShoreZone Habitat Conservation