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There are actually a lot of sources for this, and some sources have multiple products. This chart on NOAA breaks it down These sites are pretty difficult to navigate, and I'm unsure of your application. Here is an overview: GSHHG - A Global Self-consistent, Hierarchical, High-resolution Geography Database. This is not the NOAA composite set, but it is the ...


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This is just to share whereas you may benefit from it if needed. I found the data at last at NOAA Shoreline Data Explorer system. So to my knowledge there are three versions of the usa coastaline data: Tiger shapefile( super generalized gis data) USGS data (GDB/Shapefile format)-something between 1 and 3. NOAA data (to me most accurate)- link provided ...


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I work on the USGS Protected Areas Database of the United States (PAD-US) as a cooperator from Boise State University. The queries you used make sense, although I would include the "Designation" feature class, as this feature class may include state parks and similar designations that overlap Fee owned areas. I would also exclude the public access query ...


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Digital Coast by NOAA, is the NOAA's Office of Coastal Management, has that data, and much, much more, as Digital Coast is NOAA's authoritative data registry for coastal/shoreline data.


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