The Texas Natural Resources Information System (TNRIS) is pleased to announce the release of 4,480 square miles of newly acquired high resolution Light Detection and Ranging (lidar) data from three FEMA Collections from 2014-2016. Aerial collection took place during the leaf-off season in Texas.
The primary purpose of these projects was to develop a consistent and accurate USGS Quality Level 2 (QL2) surface elevation datasets derived from high-accuracy lidar technology.
Details regarding these acquisitions can be found by downloading the Project Report(s) found in their DataHub entries.
Lidar data and the associated geospatial products are available for the cost of reproduction through TNRIS.
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Please check our Lidar status map for exact coverage.
Rio Grande AOI
Upper Clear Fork of the Brazos AOI
DeWitt County AOI
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