This page includes resources for understanding how marshes will be impacted by sea-level rise.
Hydrodynamic Marsh Equilibrium Model (Hydro-MEM) Story Maps
- Developed By: NOAA National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, EESLR Program, LSU Center for Coastal Resiliency
- Description: Shows results of EESLR-NGOM project coupling Marsh Equilibrium Model with ADCIRC to simulate sedimentation and sediment organic matter profiles and interactions with tides, waves, and sea-level. The story maps shows changes in marsh productivity due to sea-level rise in Grand Bay, Apalachicola, and Weeks Bay.
- Link: Hydro-MEM Story Map
Marsh Equilibrium Model
- Developed By: University of South Carolina
- Description: A zero-dimensional model that allows users to perform sophisticated experiments and to simulate sedimentation and sediment organic matter profiles in any tidal marsh.
- Link: MEM
Wetland Migration in the Gulf of Mexico
- Developed By: U.S. Geological Survey
- Description: Visualization of modeling efforts that identify where tidal saline wetlands can migrate under future sea-level rise scenarios and potential natural and man-made barriers.
- Link: Coastal Wetland Landward Migration Tool
Sea Level Affecting Marshes Model (SLAMM)
- Developed By: Warren Pinnacle
- Link: SLAMM
- Developed by: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
- Description: View or interact with browser-based map projects generated by the Sea Level Affecting Marshes Model (SLAMM).
- Link: SLAMM-View
Surface Elevation Table Inventory for the U.S. Gulf of Mexico
- Developed By: Northern Gulf of Mexico Sentinel Site Cooperative, U.S. Geological Survey
- Link: SET Inventory