These eCoastal ArcMap toolbars support the eCoastal desktop applications. Collectively these individual toolbars form the eCoastal Toolbox. eCoastal only toolbars include: Survey Tools, Profile Loader, and SBAS-A. These tools were specifically designed to address the needs of coastal engineers. Users require Spatial and 3D Analyst extensions to user these tools. Other related coastal applications are also distributed as part of the eCoastal system.
CE-Tools Toolbox (ArcGIS 10.0)
CE-Tools Toolbox (ArcGIS 9.3)
CE-Tools: Shoreline Classification Tool
This tool allows the user to easily attribute shoreline geometry using SDSFIE and NOAA data standards. Last updated 5/14/2008
CE-Tools:eCoastal Dataviewer and Survey Tools
Setup package for ArcGIS 9.3 for any non-USACE user. Download the zip file and execute setup.exe to install. This is the final package for ArcGIS 9.3. Uploaded 07-FEB-2011.
A technical guide providing support for the CE Tools ArcGIS toolbox.
eGIS Toolbox (ArcGIS 8.x-9.1)
eCoastal Tools Installation Guide (for versions 8.x-9.1)
Installation and setup instructions for the eCoastal desktop tools.
eGIS: Beach Profiles
Beach profiles can be delivered in a variety of formats. Not all formats are directly compatible with ArcMap. The Beach Profile tool was designed to allow you to import profile data that currently exists in a distance-azimuth format (FL DEP). Souce code last updated 10/18/2005.
eGIS: Survey Tools
Lidar data is an integral part for data analysis in coastal engineering. The eGIS: Survey Toolbar was specifically designed for coastal engineers to simplify the formatting process of lidar datasets. Source code last updated 11/26/2003.
eGIS Toolbox (ArcGIS 8.x-9.x)
eGIS Toolbox (ArcGIS 9.2)
ERDC Coastal Toolbox
USGS Coastal Tools
Digital Shoreline Analysis System (DSAS) Toolbar
The Digital Shoreline Analysis System (DSAS) is computer software that computes rate-of-change statistics from multiple historic shoreline positions residing in a GIS. It is also useful for computing rates of change for just about any other boundary change problem that incorporates a clearly-identified feature position at discrete times. Version 3.2.