COASTWATCH SURVEY RESULTS
In this page you will find some of the Coastwatch Survey Results Reports. This page is being updaed. For more detailed results check the websites of the different national coordinations here.
The Coastwatch Survey is designed to give an overview of the state of the coast. It involves volunteers from all walks of life checking their chosen 500m stretch of coast (survey unit) once around low tide, and jotting observations down on the survey questionnaire while on the shore. This citizen science work can be augmented with water tests. Data is then collected and pooled to provide a snapshot of state in areas surveyed at that time.
ALL IRELAND SURVEY RESULTS
The All Ireland data collected by the hundreds of volunteers participating every year in the Coastwatch Survey, giving their time and energy for free, is published openly under a Creative Common license (CC BY-NC-SA).
INTERNATIONAL SURVEY RESULTS
INTERNATIONAL COORDINATOR: Karin Dubsky | KDubsky@coastwatch.org | +353 (0)86 811 1684 | Civil & Environmental Engineering, TCD, Dublin 2, Republic of Ireland
Mapping/Data: Ángel Duarte Campos firstname.lastname@example.org