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Oregon Statewide Imagery Program > Data

About

The Oregon Statewide Imagery Program​​ was created in 2016 through a collaboration between Imagery FIT and GEO and includes a Steering Committee providing operational oversight. On behalf of the Imagery Program, GEO currently serves as data steward for Oregon’s statewide imagery.

 
The program was developed to meet increased demand for high resolution imagery in a timely manner and to distribute new and historical imagery via Web hosted services to every level of government in Oregon, the academic community, private sector business, NGOs and the public. By utilizing a cooperative approach to data acquisition, partners can reduce overall costs and increase their return on investment.​

 

 
Resources

Projects​

Title​​ Description Resolution Extent
2018 Westside (available 2019) status 52,200 square miles. More than 14 partners including industry, local, regional, state, and federal government. Imagery acquisition and processing currently in progress, and will be available statewide in 2019. 1-foot
2017 Eastside status 47,600 square miles. More than 7 partners from state government. 1-foot
2016 NAIP natural color and near infrared. 1-meter Statewide
2014 NAIP natural color and near infrared. 1-meter Statewide
2012 NAIP natural color and near infrared. 1-meter Statewide
2011 NAIP natural color and near infrared. 1-meter Statewide
2009 NAIP natural color and near infrared. 0.5-meter Statewide
2005 NAIP natural color and near infrared. 0.5-meter Statewide
2000 NAIP black and white. 1-meter Statewide
1995 NAIP black and white. 1-meter Statewide
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