Terrestrial laser scan measurements collected within the scope of SEDEX²

  • Anne Verheijen (Creator)
  • S. de Vries (Creator)
  • Peter Ruggiero (Creator)
  • Nicholas Cohn (Creator)
  • Bas Hoonhout (Creator)
  • S.E. Vos (Contributor)



Terrestrial laser scanner measurements, linearly interpolated on grid, at the beach in Oysterville, Washington State, United States. Study is carried out within the scope of Sandbar-aEolian-Dune EXchange Experiment (SEDEX²). SEDEX² is a 6 week field campaign conducted in the summer of 2016 with the aim to improve the understanding of beach-dune dynamics by testing the hypothesis that sediment supply to the backshore beach and dunes is dominated by the welding of intertidal sandbars to the shoreline.
Date made available2016
PublisherTU Delft - 4TU.ResearchData
Date of data productionJul 2016 - Oct 2016
Geographical coverageOysterville beach

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