via the USGS – 3D Elevation – We’ve Got You Covered in all 50 States
Today (Jan 29, 2016) via livestream, the city of Los Angeles officially announced the launch of their latest OpenData initiative, the GeoHub. The livestream for the media featured Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Esri’s Jack Dangermond.
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East View is pleased to introduce a new geospatial solution by combining authoritative infrastructure data with the LandScan Global Population Database.
Since late 2008, when Landsat earth observation images were made available to all users free of charge, nearly 30 million Landsat scenes have been downloaded through the U.S. Geological Survey portal – and the rate of downloads is still increasing.
New platform will provide a deeper understanding of topics that impact on our lives
The USGS liaisons are updating the United States Interagency Elevation Inventory (https://coast.noaa.gov/inventory/#). This resource also provides a wealth of information and data
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The U.S. Geological Survey today released the North Pacific Pelagic Seabird Database — a massive online resource compiling the results of 40 years of surveys by biologists from the United States, Canada, Japan and Russia. The database documents the abundance and distribution of 160 seabird and 41 marine mammal species over a 10 million-square-mile region of […]
An interesting data tip came into yours truly over Twitter via user @RSchultzSNHU introducing us to a data resource called OpenAerialMap
So, you’re interested in Landsat imagery for any place on Earth… well look no more!