2022 USACE NCMP Topobathy Lidar: Gulf Coast (FL)

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These files contain classified topo/bathy lidar data generated from data collected by the Coastal Zone Mapping and Imaging Lidar (CZMIL) system and topographic lidar elevations generated from data collected using a Teledyne ALTM Galaxy PRIME sensor. CZMIL integrates a lidar sensor with simultaneous topographic and bathymetric capabilities, a digital camera and a hyperspectral imager on a single remote sensing platform for use in coastal mapping and charting activities. Native lidar data is not generally in a format accessible to most Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Specialized in-house and commercial software packages are used to process the native lidar data into 3-dimensional positions that can be imported into GIS software for visualization and further analysis. Horizontal positions, were provided in decimal degrees of latitude and longitude, referenced to the North American Datum of 1983 National Adjustment of 2011 (NAD83 (2011)). Vertical positions were referenced to the NAD83 (2011) ellipsoid and provided in meters. The 3-D position data are sub-divided into a series of LAS files, which are tiled into 1-km by 1-km boxes defined by the Military Grid Reference System. In addition to the lidar point data, the co-collected RGB imagery and the topobathy bare earth Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) at a 1 meter grid spacing, created from the lidar point data, are also available from the NOAA Digital Coast Data Access Viewer (DAV). A link to the bare earth 1 meter DEM data is provided in the URL section of this metadata record. DEMs at a 1 meter grid spacing, created from all classifications, are available by request at coastal.info@noaa.gov. This data set is an LAZ (compressed LAS) format file containing LIDAR point cloud data.
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