Lake Isabella Lidar Collection, CA 2015

Airborne LiDAR data was acquired by CRREL on 21 August 2015 over Lake Isabella and the Lake Isabella Dam, California as part of a coincident regional study. These data were collected using an airborne laser scanning (ALS) system comprised of a Riegl Q680i full-waveform LiDAR sensor, an Applanix POS AV INS system, and custom designed hardware and aircraft integration components. The system was installed in a Partenavia P.68, with an average collection AGL of 2,600' and airspeed of 90 knots. A total of 19-flight-lines were collected during a single flight, with 50% overlap of laser swath coverage, given a 60 deg across track field-of-view.

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Last Updated February 3, 2022, 20:38 (UTC)
Created February 3, 2022, 20:38 (UTC)
providers [{'url': '', 'name': 'OpenTopography', 'roles': ['host']}, {'url': '', 'name': 'Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory', 'roles': ['processor']}, {'url': '', 'name': 'United States Army Corps of Engineers', 'roles': ['producer']}]
sci:citation United States Army Corps of Engineers. (2019). Lake Isabella Lidar Collection, CA 2015. CRREL. Distributed by OpenTopography.
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