Thermal Infrared Information Layer for Oregon, Release 1
compiled by Clark A. Niewendorp, 2013
Publication size: 311 GB
Ordering Instructions: No custom areas will be provided. Customers are responsible for sending Nature of the Northwest (see below) a blank portable external 500-GB hard drive.
Nature of the Northwest Information Center
800 NE Oregon Street, Suite 965
Portland, Oregon 97232
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About the publication:
These data are thermal infrared imaging and co-acquired lidar for portions of Lake, Harney, and Malheur Counties, Oregon and cover all or portions of the U.S. Geological Survey 7.5-minute topographic quadrangles as shown in the table below.
WARNING! Specialty GIS Software required to view grid data.
Thermal infrared contains intensity images, image-frames rectified, native image frames, and thermal infrared mosaics. Lidar contains bare-earth, highest-hit, metadata; shp files of 7.5-minute USGS quadrangles of Oregon, 1/100th USGS quadrangles of Oregon.
All data are format specific to ESRI format. Data must be viewed using specialty software capable of viewing .shp, geotif, and ESRI grid formats. Lidar ascii point data are available in LAS format.
Size: requires a blank portable external 500-GB hard dri