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Add Dataset to Cart 8.46 GB Angelo 1m DEMS Authors: Dino Belugi, Collin Bode Digital Elevation Models (DEM) of Angelo Coast Range Reserve and South Fork Eel Watershed in Mendocino County, CA.

This Folder contains a zip file with 3 DEMs.

Warning: it is 6.4GB when uncompressed.

They all are 1x1 meter grid resolution, using UTM, zone 10, NAD83 projection. These are ESRI grids.
1. Bare-earth DEM: eel1mdem
2. Canopy DEM: eel1mcanopy
3. Vegetation Heights, i.e. the difference between the bare earth and canopy: eel1mdiff

Data was flown for the purposes of improving algorithms for LIDAR bare-earth processing and to be the basis of interdisciplinary geology, ecology, hydrology modelling as performed by the National Center for Earth-surface Dynamics. NCALM, University of Florida flew the LIDAR and processed it to 9column ascii files. They also created the bare-earth DEM.
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Add Dataset to Cart 8.18 GB Angelo 1m DEMs - Derived Data Sets Authors: Dino Belugi, Collin Bode Digital Elevation Models (DEM) of Angelo Coast Range Reserve and South Fork Eel Watershed in Mendocino County, CA.

This DVD contains a zip file with derived DEMs and coverages. They were processed from the original angelo 1meter DEM.

Warning: it is 8.2GB when uncompressed.

They all are 1x1 meter grid resolution, using UTM, zone 10, NAD83 projection. NCALM, University of Florida flew the LIDAR and processed it to 9column ascii files. They also created the bare-earth DEM. NCALM, UC Berkeley processed the DEMs and is responsible for distribution.

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Add Dataset to Cart 36.87 MB Angelo Basic GIS Coverages Authors: Collin Bode, William Dietrich, Mary Power Projection: UTM, zone 10, datum NAD83.

GIS file format: ESRI Shapefile for vector, ESRI arcinfo binary GRID format for raster.

Data Sources: National Center for Airborne Laser Mapping (NCALM, http://ncalm.berkeley.edu): Lidar DEM of the South Fork Eel watershed at Angelo reserve was created by NCALM.

This data is new and still is being post processed. The dem is extremely high quality (1m resolution). California Spatial Information Library (CASIL, http://gis.ca.gov): public and federal datasets, including USGS drg, doqq, and blue-line datasets.

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Add Dataset to Cart 1021.37 MB Eel River 10m DEM Authors: Collin Bode Eel Watershed digital elevation models (DEM). This DVD contains DEMs of the entire Eel River watershed. The Eel River is located mostly in Mendocino County on the coast of California. The source data for these DEMs comes from NED, USGS. Source data was 10x10 meter resolution in ESRI ArcInfo grid format and in geographic (lat/long) projection with NAD83 datum.

It was downloaded from: http://seamless.usgs.gov/ The National Center for Airborne Laser Mapping (NCALM) processed the source grids as follows:

1. merged the tiles into one grid.
2. reprojected from geographic to UTM, zone 10, nad83 projection using bilinear interpolation.
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Add Dataset to Cart 32.64 MB Eel River Flipchart Authors: Collin Bode, Mary Power This is a 34 page flipchart of the Angelo Reserve. Each page is an 8.5x11 map of a river segment. The maps show the location of the highest accumulated streamflow (using DEM) as the river, even though the channel is wider, and use the vegetative canopy DEM colored by vegetation height. Note the decision to use canopy instead of the traditional bare-earth is to provide visual references while out in the field. Bare-earth provides little help when maps are zoomed in this close. Laminated versions will be availible at the ACCR Science Center to be used during field sampling. Sampling sites can be drawn directly on the maps with a sharpie then removed later using alcohol. Marked up maps are to be either copied using the xerox machine, or scanned. Scanned versions can be sent to Collin Bode to convert the points into a GIS coverage.
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