2023

2024

October 27, 2023

Kalaloch Campground North

Kalaloch Campground North

Since 2023

In Washington, US

OLY105

This chronolog combines 21 photos from 17 contributors. Learn more


About this site

This chronolog is intended to monitor erosion of the coastal bluff and provide information about other beach processes.  Coastal bluff erosion here could threaten beach access and campground infrastructure, and images from the chronology can inform management decisions. Additionally, these photos could provide new insights about processes like the movement of large logs on the beach that may be linked to a variety of ecological services.   

Please visit the other Kalaloch Chronolog stations:

OLY-101: On the south side of the top of the access trail leading to the beach from the Kalaloch Lodge cabins 

OLY-102: On the north side of the top of the access trail leading to the beach from the Kalaloch Lodge cabins 

OLY-103: On the creek side of Kalaloch Lodge near the restaurant patio

OLY-104: On the trail to the beach from the main parking area at Kalaloch Campground

About Olympic National Park and Washington Sea Grant

These Chronolog stations are maintained through a partnership between Olympic National park and Washington Sea Grant, with additional support provided through the Cascadia Copes Hub 

Washington Sea Grant (WSG) envisions healthy, productive and resilient coastal and marine ecosystems that sustain Washington’s rich cultural and maritime heritage, vibrant coastal communities, clean waters and beaches, prosperous fisheries and aquaculture, diverse wildlife and an engaged public. Learn more at https://wsg.washington.edu/

The Cascadia Coastline and Peoples Hazards Research Hub, or Cascadia CoPes Hub, is a team of researchers funded by the National Science Foundation to increase knowledge about natural hazards and climate change risks coastal communities face and ways to increase their resilience. The Hub is working with communities in the Pacific Northwest, including Washington, Oregon, and Northern California to increase their ability to mitigate and adapt to impacts from hazards.
Learn more at https://cascadiacopeshub.org/ 

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