Erosion and Deposition - Point Pelee
The rapid beach recession in Point Pelee National Park has resulted in sustained breaching of the barrier beach in the Northeastern corner of the park. Continuous exposure to Lake Erie via a breach could alter marsh plant and animal communities and eventually result in total loss of marsh and shoreline habitat in the park. This measure involves undertaking simple spatial analysis using GIS and aerial photographs.
- Publisher - Current Organization Name: Parks Canada
- Licence: Open Government Licence - Canada
Data and Resources
Erosion and Deposition - Point Pelee - Monitoring DataCSVEnglish French dataset CSV