Some ocean uses conflict with offshore wind energy development, but can be minimized with the right amount of planning.
This is the second part of a two-part blog on the most common lidar breakline issues we face when working along the coast.
We've seen how to get the times for LAS lidar points, now we're going to make a map of those times.
If you aren’t familiar with lidar point data, then it might be time to see what an LAS point cloud has to offer. Come take a look—you might just like what you see.
Why are there so many U.S. government elevation data and information sites? Isn’t this duplication of effort? That’s a good question and one someone sent in to us recently, so I thought I’d review the ones I know about. Note that any critical comments are purely my own and don’t reflect a government opinion.
Where will you build your offshore wind farm? Find out how shipping data can help you avoid ocean disasters.
How well a DEM represents low-lying landforms has a lot to do with breaklines. This is a starter on nuances and how their specifications can influence DEMs.
We explore how to find the time of a lidar collection in this installment of the GeoZone.
Today we’re going to look at the difference between topography and bathymetry from an airborne lidar sensor.
It seems the stage has been set for the U.S. to finally start looking at our future flood risk.