Reports and Publications
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- 1999-2000 Technical Report with Appendices (PDF 5MB)
- 2000 Summary Report (PDF 2.1MB)
- 2001-2002 Technical Report (PDF 5.6MB)
- State of the Coast Report (2003-2004 Summary) (PDF)
- 2003-2004 Technical Report (PDF 3.4MB)
- 2005-2006 Technical Report (PDF 3.9MB)
- 2007-2008 Technical Report (PDF 11.8MB)
- 2009-2010 Technical Report (PDF 5MB)
- 2011-2014 Technical Report (PDF 5MB)
Additional Publications using SCECAP Data:
Sanger, D.M. and A.F. Holland. 2002. Evaluation of the Impacts of Dock Structures on South Carolina Estuarine Environments. Final Report submitted to the Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management, SCDHEC. Submitted by the Marine Resources Division, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Charleston, SC. 82p. (Report can be viewed at: http://mrl.cofc.edu/pdf/techreport99.pdf)
Van Dolah, R.F. D.E. Chestnut, J.D.Jones, P.C. Jutte, G.Riekerk, M. Levisen, and W. McDermott. 2002. The importance of considering spatial attributes in evaluating estuarine habitat condition: The South Carolina experience. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 81:85-95.
Van Dolah, R.F., D.M.Sanger, A.B. Filipowicz (eds). 2004. A baseline assessment of environmental and biological conditions in the May River, Beaufort County, South Carolina. Final Report to the Town of Bluffton, SC. Submitted by the Marine Resources Division, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Charleston, SC; the US Geological Survey, South Carolina District, Columbia SC; and the Center of Coastal Environmental Health and Biomolecular Research, National Ocean Service, NOAA, Charleston SC. 226p.
Van Dolah, R.F., G.H.M. Riekerk, D.C. Bergquist, J. Felber, D.E. Chestnut, A.F. Holland. 2008. Estuarine habitat quality reflects urbanization at large spatial scales in South Carolina's coastal zone. Science of the Total Environment 390:142-154.