[gis_info] DOGAMI has released additional lidar data for the Rogue Basin area

Paul Ferro paul.ferro at dogami.state.or.us
Wed Jun 5 15:33:25 PDT 2013

The Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries (DOGAMI) has
released additional lidar data for the Rogue Basin, Oregon, area. 


Lidar (light detection and ranging) technology allows for amazingly
detailed and accurate mapping of the earth's surface. These Lidar Data
Quadrangle (LDQ) series publications require specialty software to view
and use, but you can view imagery of LDQ data online using the DOGAMI
Lidar Data Viewer.


News release:



View and order LDQ data using the DOGAMI Lidar Viewer:



Preview quadrangles and data extent on this index map:



Data readme file:



You can also order these and other DOGAMI publications directly from the
Nature of the Northwest Information Center: 


Nature of the Northwest
800 N.E. Oregon Street, Suite 965
Portland, Oregon 97232 
(971) 673-2331
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Email: info at naturenw.org
Web site: www.naturenw.org <http://www.naturenw.org/> 


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