|Land-use classification||Flood area
|No cost analysis|
We aim to produce an integrated model of the coast that can predict coastal changes for estuaries, gravel beaches,
sandy beaches and dunes, and cliffs made up of both hard and soft rock.
The model incorporates climate projections to the 2020s, 2050s, 2080s and our best understanding of long-term coastal change to 2100, 2200 and 2500AD.
A Decision Support System will enable stakeholders and communities to engage with future scenarios and impact on energy and coastal management policy.
Inundated areas shown should not be used for regulatory, permiting, or other legal purposes. The University of Liverpool (as part of the ARCoES project) provides these maps and data "as-is" for a quick reference, decision support tool, but assumes no legal liability or responsibility resulting from the use of this information.
ARCoES Project Office: firstname.lastname@example.org
Geology data courtesy of British Geological Survey
Electricity infrastructure data courtesy of Electricty North West
Electricity infrastructure data courtesy of Magnox Ltd
Electricity infrastructure data courtesy of National Grid
|< 0.75||Low||Caution: Flood zone with shallow water or deep standing water|
|0.75 - 1.25||Moderate||Dangerous for some (i.e., children): Flood zone with deep or faster flowing water|
|1.25 - 2.0||Significant||Dangerous for most people: Flood zone with deep or fast flowing water|
|> 2.0||Extreme||Dangerous for all: Flood zone with deep or fast flowing water|
|Threshold(H) = d(v + 0.5) + DF, where d is the flood depth, v is the flood velocity and DF is the debris factor (DF)|
Acceptance of Disclaimer
|Pylon id||Year built||Setting||Foundation: superficial geology||Maximum flooding(m)|
|Additional Factors||Arable Land Cost £(M)||Residential Housing Cost £(M)||Road Cost £(M)||Industrial Cost £(M)||Total Costs £(M)|
|Additional Factors||Area of Land inundated (Mm2)||Volume of Flood Water (Mm3)||Average Depth(m)|