Summary reports and flight logs are typically produced by the ShoreZone program at the request of funding partners, and some areas of Alaska do not have this documentation. Other regions–particularly large regions–have multiple reports and logs because surveys were done over several seasons.
Summary reports provide coastal habitat information for a given area and are an excellent resource for quantified classifications (e.g. what percent of the shoreline in the survey area was a wide sand beach; how many km of eelgrass were mapped).
A flight log is a record of the aerial survey and includes the date, time, location, tidal height, weather, tape number, and photo IDs. This can be helpful for knowing when an area was mapped or imaged and tracking down where a ShoreZone image was taken based on the filename (e.g. ci09_hm_05490.jpg).