OpenTopography News


February 27 2015 : New airborne lidar covering two volcanic fields (AZ, NV) and a river confluence (CO)

    OpenTopography is pleased to announce the release of three new datasets covering two volcanic fields in Northern Arizona and Nevada as well as a river confluence in Colorado.

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February 02 2015 : Wasatch Front, Utah Point Cloud Data Now Available

    OpenTopography is pleased to announce the release of new point cloud data covering 3,684 km2 of the Salt Lake and Utah Valleys as well as the Wasatch and West Valley Fault Zones.

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January 22 2015 : New Release of Vegetation Raster Data for Sonoma County, CA

    This week, new vegetation raster layers were added to the Sonoma County, CA dataset on the OpenTopography portal.

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December 15 2014 : OpenTopography at 2014 AGU Meeting
October 22 2014 : Sonoma County California Topography and Vegetation Data now Available

    OpenTopography is pleased to announce the release of lidar point cloud and raster data covering Sonoma County, CA. These data are a result of a five year effort to map Sonoma County’s topography and attain fine scale vegetation data.

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October 01 2014 : Point cloud data from California and New Mexico now available

    OpenTopography is pleased to announce the release of two point cloud datasets covering areas of northern New Mexico and the Mojave desert in California.

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September 16 2014 : USGS Powell Center Working Group on Exploiting High-Resolution Topography

    Exploiting high-resolution topography for advancing the understanding of mass and energy transfer across landscapes: Opportunities, challenges, and needs - a USGS Powell Center Working Group.

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August 18 2014 : New Point Cloud data from Arizona, California, Mississippi, Oregon, and Utah

    OpenTopography is pleased to announce the release of seven new lidar datasets collected by the National Center for Airborne Laser Mapping (NCALM) in areas of Arizona, California, Mississippi, Oregon, and Utah.

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August 04 2014 : Interns in SDSC Research Experience for High School Students work on OpenTopography

    This summer, OpenTopography is hosting interns from local San Diego area high schools as part of the San Diego Supercomputer Center’s Research Experience for High School Students (REHS) program.

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July 31 2014 : New Pub: Leveraging HPC Resources to Address Computational Challenges with High-Res Topography

    New OpenTopography publication: “Leveraging XSEDE HPC resources to address computational challenges with high-resolution topography data”.

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