USGS

1982-83 El Niño Coastal Erosion: San Mateo County, California

Kenneth R. Lajoie and Scott A. Mathieson

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INTRODUCTORY TEXT

SAN MATEO CTY. COASTAL STABILITY MAP

SAN MATEO CTY. CRITICAL COASTAL EROSION MAP

COASTAL EROSION MAPS

COASTAL GEOLOGY MAPS


COASTAL EROSION MAPS
Index map

To view one of these coastal erosion maps using this index map, click on one of the numbered boxes or a name of an area to see the corresponding map. Otherwise, a text list in included below the image. The images average around 120K in size.

See list of individual erosion maps below

Notes describing the moderate to severe coastal erosion in San Mateo County during the 1982-83 El Niño are compiled on twenty-six page-sized maps at a scale of 1:12,000. The bases for these maps are enlarged portions of the 7 USGS 7.5' topographic quadrangles that cover the coastal area of San Mateo County. Notes describing critical erosion are colored red, and those describing noncritical erosion are colored black. The areas of critical erosion are summarized separately on a smaller-scale map (see critical erosion map).

To view one of these coastal erosion maps using the index map above, click on one of the numbered boxes or a name of an area to see the corresponding map. Otherwise, select a map name from the list below.

1: Thornton Beach
2: Mussel Rock
3: Sharp Park
4: Mori Point
5: Point San Pedro
6: Devils Slide
7: Point Montara
8: Seal Cove
9: Pillar Point
10: Miramar
11: Half Moon Bay
12: Miramontes Point
13: Eel Rock
14: Seal Rock
15: Martins Beach
16: Tunitas Creek
17: San Gregorio Beach
18: Pomponio Beach
19: Pescadero Beach
20: Pebble Beach
21: Bolsa Point
22: Pigeon Point
23: Franklin Point North
24: Franklin Point South
25: Point Año Nuevo
26: Año Nuevo Creek

For further information, contact Ken Lajoie


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