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Lidar Publications
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Online Lidar Data Viewer

With the DOGAMI Lidar Viewer you can view lidar-derived shaded-relief imagery for Oregon at zoom scales to 1:9,028.
 
Use the "Lidar Quad Search/Purchase" tool on the map to locate and order Lidar Data Quadrangle (LDQ) publications.* Locate LDQs by
  • Ohio Grid Code
  • USGS topographic quadrangle name
 *Lidar Data Quadrangles (LDQs) can be purchased through Nature of the Northwest Information Center. The lidar viewer quadrangle links will take you directly there.

 

 Current Status

 


Lidar Data Quadrangles Available for Viewing/Purchase
Published Regions:
 
Calapooia index map | readme
Camp Creek index map | readme
Deschutes index map | readme 
Klamath County index map | readme updated 04-02-2013 to include Keno area
Malheur Basin index map | readme 
McKenzie River index map | readme
Mount Hood index map | readme
North Coast index map | readme
North Santiam index map | readme
Northeast Oregon index map | readme
Northern Coast Range index map | readme
Ochoco index map | readme
Ontario index map | readme
Pine Creek index map | readme
Portland Metro index map | readme
NEW 6-5-2013 Rogue Basin index map | readme
Rogue Valley  index map | readme - updated 06-03-2013; some data moved to Rogue Basin 2013 data set
South Coast index map | readme - updated 06-03-2013; some data moved to Rogue Basin 2013 data set
Willamette Central index map | readme
Willamette South index map | readme 
 
Find publications using the DOGAMI Lidar Viewer
 

Lidar Landscapes
thumbnail image of Willamette River Historical Stream Channels, Oregon


 
 
Lidar-based imagery provides unprecedented detail of the land surface and the built environment. To showcase the detail available from lidar, DOGAMI has started a series of Oregon scenes.
 
Kinds of publications and pricing:
Find publications using the DOGAMI DOGAMI Lidar Viewer.
  • LDQ (Lidar Data Quadrangle): data only; generally contain a standard set of data files: a bare earth digital elevation model (DEM), a highest hit DEM, and intensity tiff images, all in ESRI grid format. Grid data must be viewed using specialty GIS software (e.g., ESRI ArcGIS; Microstation TerraSolid; VLS LIDAR Analyst; IDL/ENVI; ERDAS IMAGINE; Intergraph GeoMedia). Metadata, readme, shapefiles, extents, and 7.5 and 1/100th quad index files are also included. All grid data have been tiled to USGS 7.-minute quadrangles and referenced to Ohio Code (e.g., 45122D5 = Gladstone quadrangle). Intensity TIFFs have been tiled to 1/100th 7.5-minute quads and referenced to Ohio Code (e.g., 45122D5418). Typical DVD file size for an entire quadrangle is 2-4 GB. Learn more
  • LIS (Lidar Imagery Series): bare-earth and highest-hit imagery produced from lidar data. Consists of NW, NE, SW, and SE quarters of the 7.5-minute quadrangle. Each quarter quad is a PDF of height 36 inches, width 60 inches. Learn more | sample preview
  • Pricing: LDQ (including bundles): $200; LIS: $30. Add $4 for shipping and handling. Order publications from Nature of the Northwest Information Center.
 
Looking for point cloud data? Lidar ASCII point data are available in LAS format via the NOAA Digital Coast Data Access Viewer website.
 
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