Yosemite Rim Fire lidar 2013

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5069/G9V69GJ4
OT Collection ID: OT.022017.26910.2
OT Collection Name: Yosemite Rim Fire lidar 2013
Short Name: CA13_Ramirez, CA13_Ramirez_SF
Collection Platform: Airborne Lidar
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    Point Cloud (Main)   Bulk Download     opentopoID: OTLAS.022017.26910.2

    Point Cloud (Smithsonian)   Bulk Download     opentopoID: OTLAS.022017.26910.3

    Raster (Main)   Bulk Download     opentopoID: OTSDEM.022017.26910.2

    Raster (Smithsonian)   Bulk Download     opentopoID: OTSDEM.022017.26910.3
    Collection Overview: NCALM logo The Rim Fire started on August 17, 2013 in a remote area of the Stanislaus National Forest near the confluence of the Clavey and Tuolumne Rivers about 20 miles east of Sonora, California. The Rim Fire burned 257,314 acres, including 154,530 acres of National Forest System (NFS) lands, becoming the third largest wildfire in California history. - Stanislaus National Forest

    The requested survey area consisted of a single irregular polygon of approximately 1500 km2, located west of Yosemite Valley in California. The polygon covered the Yosemite Rim fire that occurred in fall 2013. Two flight strips were flown with full waveform data collection. A smaller polygon (Smithsonian forest plot) north of Crane Flat Fire lookout, within the larger area, was collected at a higher point density and full waveform.

    Dataset Acknowledgement: Stavros, E.N., T. Zachary, V. Kane, S. Veraverbeke, R. McGaughey, J. Lutz, C. Ramirez, & D.S. Schimel (2016) Unprecedented remote sensing data over the King and Rim Megafires in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California. Ecology.

    Bob McGaughey with the US Forest Service processed point cloud information and ran the data fusion software. Johnathan Kane was responsible for quality control. Acquisition funding was provided by Dr. Van Kane with the University of Washington and Dr. James Lutz with Utah State University.

    Funding for the acquisition of the Lidar datawas provided by the National Park Service, Fire and Aviation Management Branch, Fuels and Ecology Program (Interagency Agreement F8803100015) and the U.S. Geological Survey Terrestrial, Freshwater, and Marine Ecosystems Program. Any use of trade, product, or firm names is for descriptive purposes only and does not imply endorsement by the US Government.

    Dataset Citation: Yosemite Rim Fire lidar 2013. Distributed by OpenTopography. https://doi.org/10.5069/G9V69GJ4 . Accessed: 2022-12-02

    Use License: CC BY 4.0

    Dataset Keywords: yosemite, forest fire, wildfire, national park, Stanislaus National Forest, lidar

    Survey Date: 11/06/2013 - 11/24/2013

    Publication Date: 03/06/2017
    Total number of points: 27,579,822,913 pts

    Area: 1,654.34 km2

    Point Density: 16.67 pts/m2

        Class 1 - Unclassified10,591,057
        Class 2 - Ground13,478,890,050
        Class 3 - Low Vegetation11,276,554
        Class 4 - Medium Vegetation14,077,005,964
        Class 7 - Low Point (low noise)2,774
        Class 8 - Model Key/Reserved5
        Class 9 - Water2,055,933
        Class 13 - Wire - Guard142
        Class 16 - Wire-Structure Connector142
        Class 20 - Reserved4
        Class 23 - Reserved141
        Class 26 - Reserved5
        Class 27 - Reserved142

    Raster Resolution: 1 meter

    Coordinate System:
        Horizontal: UTM Zone 10N NAD83 (2010) [EPSG: 26910]
        Vertical: NAVD88 (GEOID 12A)

    Units: meter

    Survey Report: CA13_Ramirez_Metadata.pdf

    LAS Validation Data Report: CA13_Ramirez.html
    Tile index in shapefile format: Download

    Dataset Extent in KMZ format: Download

    Dataset Spatial Bounds: North: 38.1089409018931°     South: 37.6907298031548°     East: -119.622117419635°     West: -120.293014530182°