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LiDAR and LiDAR-derived Products for National Park Service Areas of Interest, Idaho
Coeur d'Alene Tribe

LiDAR data processed by the Coeur d'Alene Tribe for the National Park Service. The LiDAR data was collected by Terrapoint USA Inc. between November 16th and December 4th, 2008. This LiDAR project's purpose was to provide high accuracy, classified multiple return LiDAR, for approximately 89 square miles, in North Idaho. Part of the collection was over the Coeur d'Alene Reservation, the remainder of the collection was done for the National Park Service for their areas of interest. The LiDAR data was acquired and processed by Terrapoint USA to support engineering planning purposes. The product is a high density mass point dataset with an average point spacing of 0.7m. The original data was provided to the Coeur d'Alene Tribe in LAS 1.0 format. A complete report of the data collection process can be found in a document entitled CDA_Tribes_Final_Project_Report.pdf. The LiDAR dataset vertical accuracy ( z value) was 0.064m.

Access these Data:
Map Service REST Endpoint [Bare Earth Hillshade]
Map Service REST Endpoint [First Return Hillshade]
ESRI Layer File (.lyr) [Bare Earth Hillshade]
ESRI Layer File (.lyr) [First Return Hillshade]
Online Map [Bare Earth Hillshade/DEM]
Online Map [First Return Hillshade/DEM]
ASPRS LiDAR LAS (.las)
OGC WMS [Bare Earth Hillshade]
OGC WCS [Bare Earth Hillshade]
OGC WMS [First Return Hillshade]
OGC WCS [First Return Hillshade]
LiDAR and LiDAR-derived Products for Tenmile and Fifteenmile Creek, Idaho
Bureau of Reclamation, Snake River Area Office

Horizons, Inc. was contracted by Bureau of Reclamation Boise to provide detailed high-accuracy data for hydraulic analysis and soil classification projects by the Bureau and the NRCS. The project emcompassed an area of approximately 150 square miles. LiDAR acquisition was obtained on December 9, 2003 at 8000' AMT by subcontractor EarthData Aviation. The Navajo Chieftain (tail number N62912) was equipped with an LH System ALS40 LiDAR system including an inertial measuring unit (IMU) and a dual frequency airborne GPS receiver. LiDAR data was collected with a 2.0 to 2.2 meter nominal post spacing, 25 percent field of view and a 30 percent overlap. Ground control survey was conducted by subcontractor DJ&A of Missoula, MT. LiDAR data processing included processing of the raw LiDAR data through a minimum block algorithm to classify points as bare-earth or non-bare earth. Points were edited in 2D using imagery, intensity of the LiDAR reflection and tin-editing software to ensure accuracy of the automated feature classification. Final delivery included Acquisition/Processing Report, Flight Map, Raw LiDAR data, Intensity Image, Bare Earth DEM and First Return DEM.

Access these Data:
Map Service REST Endpoint [Bare Earth Hillshade]
Map Service REST Endpoint [First Return Hillshade]
ESRI Layer File (.lyr) [Bare Earth Hillshade]
ESRI Layer File (.lyr) [First Return Hillshade]
Online Map [Bare Earth Hillshade/DEM]
Online Map [First Return Hillshade/DEM]
Raw Binary LIDAR File (*.ibn)
OGC WMS [Bare Earth Hillshade]
OGC WCS [Bare Earth Hillshade]
OGC WMS [First Return Hillshade]
OGC WCS [First Return Hillshade]
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