Measuring Topographic Response to Hydrologic Events, CO 2018

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This lidar dataset was collected by NCALM for Matthew Rossi at the University of Colorado, Boulder. This study uses airborne lidar to determine the topographic response to the transition from snowmelt to rainfall triggered extremes. The study area is located north-east of Colorado Springs, CO and covers approximately 557 km2.

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