Hawaii Map Series of Sea Level Rise Inundation of +1, 2, and 3 feet for the Ocean Hazards Database
This database consists of a series of maps showing estimated inundation by sea-level rise (SLR) of +1, 2, and 3 feet on Hawaiian Islands. Individual maps show inundation across mile-long sections of Hawaii state routes on the islands of Hawaii, Maui, Molokai, Oahu and Kauai previously identified for their vulnerability to the effects of climate change as part of the Statewide Coastal Highways Project Report. Mileposts are identified by Brandes et al. (2019). State of Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) state routes and county street centerline datasets are acquired from HDOT (2017) and HOLIS, C&CH (2017). Shoreline datasets are provided by NGS (2017). Future SLR for +1 ft, +2 ft, and +3 ft are shown with respect to mean higher high water (MHHW). Please read ‘Description-Map of Sea Level Rise Inundation for +1, 2,3 ft.docx’ for detailed information. References Brandes, H., Doygun, O., Rossi, C., Francis, O., Yang, L., and Togia, H., (2019) Coastal Road Exposure Susceptibility Index (CRESI) for the State of Hawaii Statewide Coastal Highway Program Report. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, doi: 10.17632/frr3fsx3j6.2. HDOT (State of Hawaii Department of Transportation). “StateRoutes_SDOT” [shapefile]. Scale Not Given. State Routes. Hawaii Statewide GIS Program. Retrieved from http://files.hawaii.gov/dbedt/op/gis/data/StateAndCountyRoutes.shp.zip (December 2017). HOLIS, C&CH (Honolulu Land Information System, City and County of Honolulu). “Oah_streets” [shapefile]. Scale Not Given. Oahu Street Centerlines. Hawaii Statewide GIS Program. Retrieved from http://geoportal.hawaii.gov/datasets/roads-honolulu-county (December 2017). NGS (National Geodetic Survey) (2017). National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Continually Updated Shoreline Product (CUSP). Retrieved from https://www.ngs.noaa.gov/CUSP/ (October 2017).