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USGS Lidar Point Cloud TX_Lower_CO_San_Bernard_2017_D18 USGS_LPC_TX_Lower_SanBernard_B3_2017_14RLU240825_LAS_2019

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Publication Date
Start Date
2018-02-16
End Date
2018-03-30
File Modification Date
2021-07-23 02:19:48

Citation

U.S. Geological Survey, 20200603, USGS Lidar Point Cloud TX_Lower_CO_San_Bernard_2017_D18 USGS_LPC_TX_Lower_SanBernard_B3_2017_14RLU240825_LAS_2019: U.S. Geological Survey.

Summary

Lidar (Light detection and ranging) discrete-return point cloud data are available in the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) LAS format. The LAS format is a standardized binary format for storing 3-dimensional point cloud data and point attributes along with header information and variable length records specific to the data. Millions of data points are stored as a 3-dimensional data cloud as a series of x (longitude), y (latitude) and z (elevation) points. A few older projects in this collection are in ASCII format. Please refer to http://www.asprs.org/Committee-General/LASer-LAS-File-Format-Exchange-Activities.html for additional information. This data set is a LAZ (compressed LAS) format file containing [...]

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U.S. Geological Survey
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U.S. Geological Survey
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U.S. Geological Survey
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U.S. Geological Survey

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Purpose

High-resolution digital elevation maps generated by airborne and stationary LiDAR have led to significant advances in geomorphology, the branch of geoscience concerned with the origin and evolution of Earth's surface topography. LiDAR provides unique characteristics relative to other remotely sensed data sources by providing three-dimensional feature information that cannot be derived from traditional imaging sensors.

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