The location, description, and status of the ODMDS areas along the South Carolina coastline were obtained from the US Army Corps of Engineers. This dataset includes active use areas, discontinued (inactive) areas, and proposed areas near Georgetown, Charleston, and Port Royal Harbor. General ODMDS overview: The data were compiled through the Navigational Coastal Databank Program to support users of coastal navigation data. An ODMDS site is a precise geographical area within which placement of dredged material occurs. This feature class is a compilation of geographic data digitized from various sources.
This GIS dataset was created for purpose of describing the locations of Ocean Dredged Material Disposal Sites (ODMDS) for the state of South Carolina so that these data can be considered with respect to other data on coastal resources and activities.
Neither the State of South Carolina, the Department of Natural Resources, nor any of its employees, is responsible for any improper or incorrect use of the information described and/or contained herein, and assume no responsibility for the use of the information. The US Army Corps of Engineers (Charleston District) should be acknowledged as the data source in products derived from these data. The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources should be acknowledged as the GIS data source in products derived from these data.
217 Fort Johnson Rd.
Edits by SCDNR: The Georgetown historic ODMDS site was added to the layer; however, this site is no longer in use. Coordinates were obtained from the US EPA ODMDS website: http://www.epa.gov/region04/water/oceans/sites.html
P.O. Box 12559
P.O. Box 12559
Creation of Original File and Metatdata.
109 St. Joseph St.
Description of the area
Current status of the area's use
Area of feature in internal units squared.
Internal feature number.
Length of feature in internal units.
Rembert C. Dennis Building
P.O. Box 167
See access and use constraints information.
217 Fort Johnson