SLAMM-View 2.0 is a Web application that displays sea level rise predictions created using the Sea Level Affecting Marshes Model (SLAMM). SLAMM-View compares current and future conditions out to the year 2100, as well as different sea level rise scenarios (e.g., 0.4 meter versus 1 meter), using interactive maps and tabular reports. SLAMM simulation results are available for the coastlines of five states and parts of four others. In addition, the application can access layers such as state and county boundaries, roads, and National Wetlands Inventory data via Web mapping services, with adjustable layer transparency.
- Displays gridded data outputs from SLAMM for specific geographies
- Produces model outputs for five different sea level rise scenario dates in a time series, which include base year (varies by location), 2025, 2050, 2075, and 2100
- Analyzes and compares maps side by side with geographically linked dual maps
- Provides a report for the absolute and percent change for each SLAMM cover class through time for each scenario
Reviews the six steps in the process of comparing and analyzing changes in SLAMM data