Visualizing Coastal Change in Metro NY - Liberty State Park
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Liberty State Park
is one of the nation’s great cultural, historic and natural treasures.  More than 5 million people visit the park each year, and in addition to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, the park also contains 234 acres of reemerging natural habitat. Ongoing restoration projects at the park include salt marsh restoration, wetland enhancement and vegetative buffer plantings.

(Source: NY-NJ Harbor & Estuary Program)


Study Site Narrative & Project Summary (pdf)


Study Site Maps
  • Nautical Chart (1845) (pdf)

  • Historic Topographic Map (1900) (pdf)

  • Historic Air Photo Map (1954) (pdf)

  • Historic Topographic Map (1967) (pdf)

  • Historic DoT Map (1975) (pdf)

  • Current Topographic Map (2007) (pdf)

Workshop Exercises: Files

  • Aerial Photographs (pdf)

  • Site Characterizations (pdf)

  • Topographic Maps (pdf)

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