Primary Cell Boundary Point (DOT-007)

Sediment cells are spatially discrete areas of the coast within which marine and terrestrial landforms are likely to be connected through processes of sediment exchange, often described using sediment budgets. They include areas of sediment supply (sources), sediment loss (sinks), and the sediment transport processes linking them (pathways). Sediment transport pathways include both alongshore and cross-shore processes, and therefore cells are best represented in two-dimensions. They are natural management units with a physical basis and commonly cross jurisdictional boundaries.

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Data Homepage https://services.slip.wa.gov.au/public/rest/services/SLIP_Public_Services/Marine_and_Estuaries/MapServer/0
Author Coastal Information, Department of Transport
Maintainer Coastal Information, Department of Transport
Theme Maritime Services
Geospatial Theme Marine and Estuaries
Published on 2016-01-25
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