CoastSnap

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CoastSnap is a global citizen science project which engages the public with our coastline. CoastSnap relies on the public using their smartphones to take photos in a fixed location. These photos will help provide data regarding how coastal dynamics are impacting local beaches.  For example, the photos can help provide data about sea-level rise, beach sand levels and changes caused by storms. Click here to find out more.

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How to take part: 

Find a CoastSnap site 

Use your smartphone to take a photo

Submit your photo

CoastSnap sites

Whitmore Bay East

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There are 2 CoastSnap sites at Whitmore Bay which will help us gather information about sand levels on the beach throughout the year. 

Click here to see how you can take part. 

Whitmore Bay West

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There are 2 CoastSnap sites at Whitmore Bay which will help us gather information about sand levels on the beach throughout the year. 

Click here to see how you can take part. 

Submit your images: 

Send us your images via: 

Email: wcmccoastsnap@gmail.com 

Or send us a message via: 

Instagram: walescoastalmonitoringcentre

Facebook: Wales Coastal Monitoring Centre 

Twitter: @WalesMonitoring 

Please ensure that you include the location name (found on the sign), and the exact date and time the image was taken in your message to us. 

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