The National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP) 2014 1-meter orthoimagery covering the entire state of Texas are now available from TNRIS.
These image products were flown April – October 2014 during leaf-on conditions and include Compressed County Mosaics (CCMs) and Digital Orthophoto Quarter Quads (DOQQs) – available to download from TNRIS.
NAIP is a nationwide program administered by the USDA-Farm Service Agency-Aerial Photography Field Office.
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The 2014 NAIP orthoimagery are available for streaming through the APFO ArcGIS Image Service. To access the service in ArcGIS, add an ArcGIS Server using the URL below:
In ArcMap, natural color (NC) imagery is the default display when you add the service. To view color infrared (CIR) imagery, under Symbology, change the Channel/Band assignment to:
NOTE Areas along the Texas/Mexico border that were not covered in 2012 NAIP imagery are now covered in the 2014 NAIP imagery.
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