GRAND ISLE

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Showing all stations within 1000 km of the observed station Active station No data for 30 days Decommissioned No observations in SONEL (Survey) Not co-located with observed station
Showing all stations within 1000 km of the observed station Available data / Station OK Available data / Problem(s) detected Does not work No longer exists Foreign partner management Not co-located with observed station
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  • GPS
    Tide Gauge
    DORIS
IGS-type acronym : GRIS
Latitude : 29.26552773
Longitude : -89.95729828
Installed date : 2004-06-22
Decommissioned date :
Country : U.S.A.
City : GRAND ISLE
Station status : active (green)
Distance to Tide Gauge (m) : 100
Domes Nr.: 49399M001
Station operator: (LSU-C4G) - Louisiana State University - Center for GeoInformatics
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MMaterial change or malfunction
EEarthquake
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BibliographyGRIS

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  • puce Blum, Rahn et al., 2023. Land loss in the Mississippi River Delta: Role of subsidence, global sea-level rise, and coupled atmospheric and oceanographic processes. Global and Planetary Change. Get this reference BibTeX of the reference
  • puce Blum, Roberts, 2009. Drowning of the Mississippi Delta due to insufficient sediment supply and global sea-level rise. Nature Geoscience. Get this reference
  • puce C.-Letetrel, M.-Karpytchev et al., 2015. Estimation of vertical land movement rates along the coasts of the Gulf of Mexico over the past decades. Continental Shelf Research. Get this reference BibTeX of the reference
  • puce Gill, 2013. Underwater: Land loss in coastal Louisiana since 1932. ClimateWatch Magazine. Get this reference
  • puce Kolker, Allison et al., 2011. An evaluation of subsidence rates and sea‐level variability in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Geophysical Research Letters. Get this reference
  • puce Liu, Li et al., 2020. Land subsidence contributions to relative sea level rise at tide gauge Galveston Pier 21, Texas. Scientific Reports. Get this reference