OpenTopography Analytics

Point Cloud Datasets: 240
Point cloud area: 211,320 km2
Number of lidar returns: 1,037,777,322,745
Size on disk: 22920.65 GB (Approx.)
Raster Datasets: 128
Global DEM area: 358,680,000 km2
High resolution DEM area: 143,821 km2
Size on disk: 3481.82 GB (Approx.)
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  Dataset Name Area (km2) No lidar Returns   Size (GB)
1Granite Dells Terrestrial Laser Scanning Dataset<14,977,7250.09
2Landers Surface Rupture Terrestrial Laser Scanning Dataset<18,770,4950.16
3Dixie Valley Fault Rupture Terrestrial Laser Scanning Dataset-Site 1<113,248,6960.25
4Israel's Mediterranean Sharon sea cliff, 200629.413,268,6200.35
52006 INEGI Sierra Cucupah Empirically Corrected Lidar Dataset935.015,945,5050.42
6Coastal Dune Fields of Garopaba and Vila Nova, Santa Catarina State, Brazil10.021,277,7160.55
7El Mayor-Cucapah Earthquake Rupture Terrestrial Laser Scan-Site 2<121,703,6980.40
8Lidar Survey of the Black Hills Experimental Forest, South Dakota28.035,151,1700.92
9Great Smokey Mountains, NC17.037,866,3910.71
10Blind Canyon and Box Canyon, Twin Falls, ID25.039,998,8090.75
11Kremmling, CO: Blue and Colorado River Confluence24.041,532,6891.08
12Poleta Folds, southern Deep Springs Valley, California47.041,604,6371.09
13Dixie Valley Fault Rupture Terrestrial Laser Scanning Dataset-Site 2<145,517,9460.85
14Canyon Lake Gorge, TX: Mechanics of Megaflood Erosion9.249,009,3951.28
15Pahrump Valley: California/Nevada State Line48.049,069,1650.91
16El Mayor-Cucapah Earthquake Rupture Terrestrial Laser Scan-Site 1<149,904,4050.93
17Golden Gate National Recreation Area and Mt. Tamalpais State Park, CA28.055,981,8321.04
18Furnace Creek and Fish Lake Valley Fault Zones, Death Valley National Park38.076,998,3951.43
19Yosemite Rim Fire, Smithsonian Forest lidar 20131.577,891,5142.03
20Furnace Creek Wash, Death Valley National Park, California38.086,175,2501.61
21Silver Plume, CO48.087,629,5351.63
22Merced, CA: Origin and Evolution of the Mima Mounds33.095,745,3481.78
23Dragons Back Ridge: San Andreas Fault, California48.0102,084,8811.90
24Airborne Laser Mapping of Yosemite National Park, CA, 200766.0105,209,6882.74
25North Carolina Coast: Quantifying Patterns of Coastal Change (July 2007)174.0108,054,7202.01
26Sierra National Forest, CA: Soil Formation and Transport50.0111,077,0522.07
27Niwot Ridge Long-Term Ecological Research Site, Colorado48.0112,754,9662.10
28Idaho Lidar Consortium (ILC): Moscow Mountain327.0113,191,9772.11
29Lawrenceville, IL: Detecting Tectonically Deformed Shorelines72.0115,810,3842.16
30Raplee Ridge, Utah54.0115,944,2512.16
31Survey of Parts of Potomac and Susquehanna Rivers85.0116,504,8402.17
32North Carolina Coast: Quantifying Patterns of Coastal Change (June 2006)96.0126,719,5222.36
33Loma Mar, CA: Lidar survey of the San Jose Mountains50.0129,307,3072.41
34Carrizo Plain Terrestrial Laser Scanning Dataset<1129,849,3192.42
35West Bijou Creek, CO36.0134,350,3692.50
36Idaho Lidar Consortium (ILC): Emerald Creek132.0139,931,3862.61
37Flathead Lake Biological Station, MT (May 2005)107.0142,471,7342.65
38Idaho Lidar Consortium (ILC): Nez Perce Reservation247.0145,508,2032.71
39Big Creek, California13.0151,537,2343.95
40Cheviot and Hawarden, Canterbury, New Zealand 201597.4154,198,7874.02
41Tushar Mountains, Utah (532 nm)85.0165,086,4144.31
42White Canyon and Hite, Lake Powell, Utah92.0174,463,3663.25
43IML Critical Zone Observatory, Sangamon River, IL Aug 2014 (532 nm)73.3177,039,9554.62
44IML Critical Zone Observatory, Clear Creek Aug 2014 Lidar Survey (532 nm)95.1178,274,1794.65
45Yellowstone National Park, WY: Quantifying Gravel-Bed Rivers65.0178,644,9283.33
46Idaho Falls, ID: Lidar for Modeling Eolian Soil Transport58.0183,124,9774.78
47NW Nevada: Modeling of Meander Channel Evolution45.2183,314,3524.78
48Tushar Mountains, Utah85.0184,068,5624.80
49Meteor Crater, AZ34.3185,455,8454.84
50Ladron Peak, New Mexico Survey48.0188,933,8033.52
51Bald Point, FL: Hurricane Frequency and Storm Surge Archives from Sinkholes44.8192,218,1975.68
52Airborne Laser Mapping of Independence Lake, CA65.0192,292,8015.02
53Amberley, Canterbury, New Zealand 2012111.0196,400,7215.12
54White Sands National Monument, NM: Lidar Survey of Dune Fields (Jan 2009)47.0197,056,2475.14
55San Gabriel Mountains, CA: Tectonics and Topography53.0197,258,0423.68
56North Sister, OR: Collier Cone Lava Flow71.0198,313,8493.69
57Truckee, CA: Sagehen Creek Snowpack Measurement48.0201,698,5475.26
58Corpus Cristi, TX: Influence of Dunes & Barrier Islands on Hurricane Surge34.0203,298,6165.30
59Flathead Lake Biological Station, MT (September 2005)90.0215,596,5334.02
60Henry Mountains, UT: Hillslope-Channel Coupling in a Bedrock Landscape65.0219,832,6324.10
612010 CU-Boulder Campus and Flatirons45.0222,426,9935.80
62Bitterroot NF, ID: Transient Hillslope Response to Knickpoint Migration49.0225,595,8857.14
63Death Valley National Park, CA: Badwater Basin128.0226,608,0515.91
64SW Montana: Beavers as Geomorphic Agents in Small, Rocky Mountain Streams56.1234,737,8596.12
65Tender Foot, MT: Hydrological Processes on Hill Slopes115.0235,483,0684.39
66Lake Placid, FL: Lidar Survey of the Archibold Biological Station86.0236,049,0994.40
67Santa Clarita Topography45.0240,370,4086.27
68Boise NF, ID: Avalanche Forecasting and Acoustic Detection49.0246,445,6046.43
69Merritt Island, FL: Identification of Florida Scrub-Jay Habitat59.0249,275,1266.50
70Yosemite, CA: Spatial & Temporal Patterns of Nitrogen Export101.0253,397,1074.72
71Truro and Provincetown, MA: Lidar in Salt Marsh Environments59.1257,035,6496.70
72Everglades National Park16.0257,190,2706.71
73Bishop, CA: Morphological characteristics of the Bishop Tuff55.0257,968,4806.73
74Perry Mesa, AZ: Ancient Agricultural Features and Landscape Transformation61.0261,105,1074.86
75Mojave Desert, CA: Precariously Balanced Rocks in Seismic Hazard Analysis45.0265,443,8216.92
76Fault systems in the Eastern California Shear Zone, CA165.0276,265,79910.29
77Idaho Lidar Consortium (ILC): Jack Waite Mine57.0277,785,3195.18
78Plum Island, MA148.0283,918,2925.29
79White Sands National Monument, NM: Lidar Survey of Dune Fields62.0287,505,6837.50
80Niobrara River, Nebraska (532 nm)61.0289,149,3627.54
81Niobrara River, Nebraska61.0295,745,9747.71
82San Rafael, UT: Survey of Exposed Subsurface Volcanic Features54.0297,500,2147.76
83Chaco Canyon, NM: Simulating Dynamic Hydrological Processes67.0298,677,1577.79
84Yosemite National Park, CA: Rockfall Studies61.5302,906,7457.90
85Yosemite National Park: Poopenaut Valley and Wawona25.0305,116,5417.96
86San Isabel NF, CO: Debris Flow Mechanics and Landscape Evolution55.0315,706,4535.88
87Medicine Bow NF, WY: Forest Ecosystem Impacts by Mountain Pine Beetle35.0316,486,6518.25
88Cache NF, UT: Predicting Bonneville Cutthroat Trout Spawning Hotspots63.0326,142,2898.51
89Snake River, Wyoming68.0326,422,7768.51
90Apopka, FL: Using Lidar to Identify Optimal Gopher Tortoise habitat49.0329,835,9029.98
91White Sands National Monument, NM: Lidar Survey of Dune Fields (Sept 2009)59.0331,941,3558.66
92Yosemite, CA: El Portal, Mariposa Grove, Yosemite Canyon & Tuolumne Meadows131.0338,698,2526.31
93Columbia, NC: Modeling Coastal Plain Wetland Ecosystems31.0339,944,1306.33
94Yucaipa Ridge, San Bernardino Mountains, CA76.0340,548,9878.88
95Mount Shasta, CA: Quaternary Debris Avalanche51.0349,093,9769.10
96Lake Bonneville, Utah55.0350,032,7539.13
97Central Utah: Topographic Amplification of Earthquake Ground Motions65.7350,213,4889.13
98Kohala Peninsula, Hawaii: Precipitation Effects on Landscape Evolution46.0355,382,0599.27
99Granite Dells, AZ47.0357,455,7809.32
100Rio Puerco River, NM: Study of overbank flood dynamics59.0358,738,4249.36
101Greybull, WY: Sheep Mountain Anticline87.0366,476,2296.83
102Lincoln National Forest, NM: Floodplains in Fluvial Networks55.0370,540,5969.66
103Woodland-encroached sagebrush ecosystem, Nevada61.0378,881,6529.88
104Wax Lake Delta, Louisiana, USA 2009228.9386,598,08210.08
105Stanley, ID: Linkages Between Hydrologic Complexity and Nutrient Export53.0386,658,94510.08
106Little San Bernardino Mountains, Joshua Tree National Park, California51.0386,732,75510.08
107Idaho Lidar Consortium (ILC): St. Joe National Forest557.0388,531,9207.24
108White Mountain Fault Zone, Owens Valley, CA47.0389,139,03810.15
109Santa Maria River, AZ: Vegetation and channel form51.0392,002,73310.22
110PG&E Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP): Diablo Canyon, CA Central Coast43.0397,510,96610.37
111Clearwater NF, ID: Effects of Watershed Restoration on Hillslope Stability89.4400,649,21110.45
112John Day Watershed 2006 - US Bureau of Reclamation37.0402,507,75410.50
113Gabilan Mesa, CA: Valley Alluviation effects on Hillslope-Channel Coupling75.0417,186,66910.88
114Northern California Coast: Slope Failure in Low and High Uplift Regions47.0417,824,00610.90
115South Florida Everglades53.0421,149,35910.98
116Grand Junction, CO: Roan Plateau133.0430,357,1828.02
117Sea Grass Beds, Apalachicola, FL74.0431,104,86011.24
118Wax Lake Delta, Louisiana, USA 201331.0442,178,75214.00
119Channel Avulsion in Bishop, California52.0444,557,48011.59
120Solfatara Plateau Obsidian Lava Flow, Yellowstone National Park, WY56.0457,591,85011.93
121NOAA ISEMP - Watershed Sciences - Bridge Creek, Oregon Lidar Survey, 2005124.0470,437,39212.27
122Oregon Coast Range: Sediment Storage in Debris-Flows76.0497,470,0199.27
123Hyak, WA: Cedar River Municipal Watershed Snow Modeling70.0508,980,22313.27
124Durham, NH: Hyporheic Zone Extent and Exchange in a Coastal Stream47.0516,574,26713.47
125Hite, UT: Quantifying Evolution and Stability of Coarse Alluvial Channels102.0516,679,69813.48
1261959 Hebgen Lake rupture (Montana)105.0516,740,31313.48
127Piercy, CA: Response of Bedrock River to Base Level Lowering, SF Eel River69.0519,750,47913.55
128Point Reyes, CA: Landscape Response to Tectonics76.3523,551,45213.65
129Greys River, WY (532 nm)123.0532,250,76213.88
130West Swanzey, NH: Geomorphic Response to Dam Removal, Ashuelot River(2011)45.0536,115,93916.04
131Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, AZ41.0562,261,36814.66
132Surface Expression of the 1886 Charleston, South Carolina Earthquake64.0569,579,15214.85
133Nantahala NF, NC: Forest Leaf Structure, Terrain and Hydrophysiology64.9578,628,03115.09
134Tuscaloosa, AL: Seasonal Inundation Dynamics And Invertebrate Communities53.6581,480,93715.16
135West Swanzey, NH: Geomorphic Response to Dam Removal, Ashuelot River (2010)45.0591,734,63015.43
136Eel River, CA: Landsliding and the Evolution of Mountainous Landscapes264.0604,240,52911.26
137Mojave Desert, CA: Evolution of the Hector Mine Earthquake Surface Rupture71.0605,627,26115.79
138Triangle Lake, OR: Earthquake Induced Landslide66.0617,152,92716.09
139Mapleton, OR: Transient Landscape Evolution in the Oregon Coast Range65.0619,415,67716.15
140South Fork Eel River, CA Watershed Morphology236.0622,565,58311.60
141Raleigh Peak, Colorado: May 201062.0624,963,90116.30
142Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand 2012318.7626,788,65516.35
143Inyo Domes, CA lidar 201656.9657,954,1712.31
144Pellston, MI: Effects of Forest Canopy Structural Change on Carbon Uptake61.0669,960,29017.47
145Wheeler Ridge, CA80.0712,158,13518.57
146Hurunui Rivers, Canterbury, New Zealand 2013474.0720,325,8992.12
147Big Sky, MT: Patterns of Nitrogen Export & Land Use Change249.0721,219,75713.44
148East Helanshan Fault, northern China100.0759,122,07718.38
149Eel River Critical Zone Observatory July 2014 Lidar Survey (1064 nm/Angelo)57.3822,046,58121.44
150Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory May 9 2010 Snow-On Lidar Survey155.4846,017,39222.06
151Idaho Lidar Consortium (ILC): South Fork Salmon and Secesh Rivers142.0856,727,91922.34
152Hawaii Kauai Survey200.0916,900,53523.91
153Volcanic Tablelands in Bishop, California60.0928,766,95824.22
154Teton Conservation District, Wyoming Lidar365.0955,085,92524.91
155Andrews Experimental Forest and Willamette National Forest Lidar (Aug 2008)79.0966,432,15925.20
156Southwest Flank of Mt.Rainier, WA123.0970,625,03025.31
157Lidar Survey of the Malheur National Forest, Oregon128.0988,192,86225.77
158Na Pali Coast, Kauai, Hawaii118.0995,581,66125.96
159Southern Sierra Nevada Critical Zone Observatory: Snow On109.01,003,395,18826.17
160Victor Harbour - South Australia, 2011358.01,009,026,57126.31
161Rangiora, Canterbury, New Zealand 2014497.51,009,354,33426.32
162Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory May 5 2010 Snow-On Lidar Survey136.81,022,500,73626.66
163Geologic Mapping of Coal Beds (Northeastern Montana)56.01,027,342,73726.79
164St. Elis Mountains and Gulf of Alaska427.01,031,611,20119.22
165Greys River, WY123.01,049,737,01827.37
166Northern San Andreas Fault, CA767.01,128,377,29029.43
167Lemhi Watershed - US Bureau of Reclamation80.01,134,561,99929.59
168Eel River Critical Zone Observatory July 2014 Lidar Survey (1064 nm)535.51,155,295,82330.13
169Tauranga and Coast, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand 2015702.71,209,484,52231.54
170West Rainier Seismic Zone, WA545.01,310,241,34734.17
171Timaru Rivers, Canterbury, New Zealand 2014681.81,319,581,53534.41
172EarthScope Yakima Lidar Project371.01,339,935,84834.95
173Southern Sierra Nevada Critical Zone Observatory: Snow Off121.01,409,519,42936.76
174NEON D17 Pacific Southwest- California550.01,421,212,40337.06
175Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory July 2010 Lidar Survey133.01,478,601,79338.56
176Hawaii Big Island Lidar Survey300.01,502,401,16739.18
177Geomorphic Effects of Landslide Dams on the Owyhee River, Oregon279.01,539,971,86043.35
178Rapid Response to 2011 Mississippi Flood195.01,670,375,13843.56
1792005 San Diego Urban Region Lidar1190.01,672,334,61443.68
180Thorton, NH: Hydrologic and Topographic Controls on Organic Carbon in Soils126.31,710,736,08644.61
181Harper Lake Fault Slip Distribution, Central Mojave, CA246.01,715,490,73844.74
182Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory May 20-21 2010 Snow-On Lidar Survey202.61,811,756,98247.25
183El Mayor-Cucapah Earthquake, Pleiades 2014468.31,817,428,87644.01
184Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory April 2010 Lidar Survey133.01,854,556,84348.36
185August 24, 2014 South Napa Earthquake78.01,904,250,58849.66
186IML Critical Zone Observatory, Sangamon River, IL Aug 2014 (1064 nm)242.91,905,293,90549.68
187IML Critical Zone Observatory, Clear Creek Aug 2014 Lidar Survey (1064 nm)248.51,936,220,91550.49
188Mayapan, Mexico44.01,976,052,22351.53
189Napa Watershed, CA1451.02,097,819,67954.71
190Idaho Lidar Consortium (ILC): Clear Creek173.02,225,535,83358.04
191EarthScope Alaska Denali Totschunda Lidar Project410.02,328,316,068121.44
192Idaho Lidar Consortium (ILC): Lolo Creek and Slate Creek429.02,450,118,06963.90
193Oroville, CA: Middle Fork of the Feather River, Sierra Nevada Foothills250.02,460,365,52264.16
194Jemez River Basin Snow-on Lidar Survey280.02,541,885,98766.29
1952008 Iowa River Flood Lidar, Iowa City, and the Clear Creek Watershed1011.02,832,810,71873.89
196Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory: Leaf On Survey209.02,839,913,42274.06
197World Bank - ImageCat Inc. - RIT Haiti Earthquake Lidar dataset838.02,853,027,99574.40
198Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory 2014 Leaf On Survey191.03,073,165,69080.14
199Jemez River Basin, NM: Post-fire Landscape Response206.03,138,470,83381.84
200Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory: Leaf Off Survey209.03,243,137,62384.57
201El Mayor-Cucapah Earthquake (4 April 2010) Rupture Lidar Scan372.03,393,048,20188.48
202USBR Upper Columbia River Basin West360.03,467,813,76690.44
203Luquillo CZO Rio Blanco and Rio Mameyes Lidar Survey 2010-2011253.03,518,252,04691.75
204Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory 2016 Leaf Off LiDAR Survey78.33,545,529,95792.46
205South Fork Eel River, CA: Understanding Terrace Formation and Abandonment371.03,578,178,41666.66
206Eel River Critical Zone Observatory July 2014 Lidar Survey (532 nm)420.83,750,522,17314.83
207Northern Walker Lane, CA Airborne Lidar Dataset229.03,880,443,432101.35
208Marlborough Fault System, South Island, New Zealand446.04,022,809,146104.90
209USBR Upper Columbia River Basin East560.04,189,397,173109.26
210Lunar Crater Volcanic Field, Central Nevada396.04,190,708,607109.28
211California Coast: Big Creek, Vincente, Arroyo Seco, Scotts Creek, UCSC375.04,373,110,830114.04
212Missisquoi Watershed Lidar2424.04,893,927,546127.62
213EarthScope Intermountain Seismic Belt Lidar Project830.05,591,498,159145.82
214B4 Project - Southern San Andreas and San Jacinto Faults1906.05,681,610,713148.16
215PG&E Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP): Los Osos, CA Central Coast688.06,142,245,792160.17
2162010 Channel Islands Lidar Collection747.06,178,567,552161.13
217Survey of Sheepscot, Narragaugus and Pleasant Rivers, Maine1059.06,524,920,615121.54
2182010 Salton Sea Lidar Collection1401.07,150,136,824186.47
219Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory August 2010 Snow-Off Lidar Survey650.07,355,678,903191.83
220EarthScope Southern & Eastern California Lidar Project1683.07,765,524,685202.52
221Jemez River Basin Snow-off Lidar Survey722.07,777,763,269202.84
222Central U.S. ARRA Lidar, New Madrid Seismic Zone987.08,507,624,055221.85
223Surprise Valley, CA878.08,886,099,807231.72
224Utah Geological Survey Lidar4696.08,955,883,062233.55
225Christchurch and Selwyn, Canterbury, New Zealand 20151512.78,992,926,15626.40
226California ARRA Lidar686.09,736,794,928253.91
227Auckland, New Zealand 20132250.410,709,321,570279.28
228Lake Tahoe Basin Lidar941.012,422,235,185323.95
229EarthScope Northern California Lidar Project2448.012,689,698,695330.35
2302014-2015 lidar survey of the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica2775.614,126,743,483368.39
231New Madrid Seismic Zone1936.017,165,130,273543.57
232PG&E Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP): San Simeon, CA Central Coast803.017,716,478,347560.99
2332013 USFS Tahoe National Forest Lidar2197.425,501,709,558104.78
234Yosemite Rim Fire lidar 20131654.327,579,822,91398.99
2352014 USFS Tahoe National Forest Lidar3292.129,385,789,123103.66
236State of Utah Acquired Lidar Data - Wasatch Front3684.043,968,246,4781391.78
237Wellington, New Zealand 20139012.752,429,955,958247.78
238UMD-NASA Carbon Mapping /Sonoma County Vegetation Mapping and Lidar Program4374.060,040,589,769348.32
2392011 - 2013 Indiana Statewide Lidar96094.7149,496,475,2343898.78
240Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries Lidar Program Data26009.7284,688,111,6037432.13
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  Dataset Name Area (km2) Dataset Layers Size (GB)
1Eel River Critical Zone Observatory July 2014 Lidar Survey (Eel River)535.5Highest Hit, Bare Earth4.09
2Eel River Critical Zone Observatory July 2014 Lidar Survey (Angelo)57.3Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.99
3Poleta Folds, southern Deep Springs Valley, California47.0Highest Hit0.33
4Inyo Domes, CA lidar 201656.9Bare Earth, Highest Hit0.72
5August 24, 2014 South Napa Earthquake78.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth, Orthophotograph107.76
62014 USFS Tahoe National Forest Lidar3292.1Bare Earth, Highest Hit27.07
72013 USFS Tahoe National Forest Lidar2197.4Highest Hit, Bare Earth37.04
8Snake River, Wyoming68.0Bare Earth0.42
9IML Critical Zone Observatory, Clear Creek Aug 2014 Lidar Survey (532 nm)95.1Bare Earth0.99
10IML Critical Zone Observatory, Sangamon River, IL Aug 2014 (1064 nm)242.9Bare Earth0.97
11IML Critical Zone Observatory, Clear Creek Aug 2014 Lidar Survey (1064 nm)248.5Highest Hit, Bare Earth2.16
12Yosemite Rim Fire, Smithsonian Forest lidar 2013<1Bare Earth, Intensity - Highest Hit, Highest Hit0.02
13Yosemite Rim Fire lidar 20131654.3Highest Hit, Intensity - Highest Hit, Bare Earth29.00
14IML Critical Zone Observatory, Sangamon River, IL Aug 2014 (532 nm)73.3Bare Earth, Highest Hit0.67
15Global Multi-Resolution Topography (GMRT) Data SynthesisN/AN/A
16Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM GL1) Global 30m Ellipsoidal119560000.0470.74
17ALOS World 3D - 30mN/A534.70
182014-2015 lidar survey of the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica2775.6Bare Earth24.17
19Niobrara River, Nebraska61.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit4.19
20Sea Grass Beds, Apalachicola, FL74.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth2.88
21Wax Lake Delta, Louisiana, USA 2009228.9Bare Earth, Highest Hit2.44
22Wax Lake Delta, Louisiana, USA 201331.0Bare Earth0.35
23Big Creek, California13.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit1.36
24Israel's Mediterranean Sharon sea cliff, 200629.4Bare Earth, Highest Hit0.08
25Little San Bernardino Mountains, Joshua Tree National Park, California51.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit4.09
26Lake Bonneville, Utah55.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth3.64
27Channel Avulsion in Bishop, California52.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit0.92
28Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory August 2010 LiDAR Survey650.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth13.86
29Santa Clarita Topography45.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth2.45
30Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory May 20-21 2010 Snow-On Lidar Survey202.6Bare Earth, Highest Hit2.85
31Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory May 9 2010 Snow-On Lidar Survey155.4Bare Earth, Highest Hit3.66
32Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory May 5 2010 Snow-On Lidar Survey136.8Highest Hit, Bare Earth3.25
33Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory 2016 Leaf Off LiDAR Survey78.3Bare Earth, Highest Hit1.51
34Everglades National Park16.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.96
35Marlborough Fault System, South Island, New Zealand446.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth76.06
36NEON D17 Pacific Southwest- California550.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth2.12
37Tushar Mountains, Utah85.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit2.29
38Yucaipa Ridge, San Bernardino Mountains, CA76.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit0.95
391959 Hegben Lake rupture (Montana)105.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit12.20
40Greys River, WY123.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth7.10
41Geologic Mapping of Coal Beds (Northeastern Montana)56.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth7.14
42Volcanic Tablelands in Bishop, California60.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth2.08
43Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory 2014 Leaf On Survey191.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth1.58
44Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM GL1) Global 30m119560000.0344.91
45Mayapan, Mexico44.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit4.50
46Surprise Valley, CA878.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth45.18
47State of Utah Acquired Lidar Data - Wasatch Front3684.0Intensity - Highest Hit, Bare Earth, Highest Hit196.56
48Wheeler Ridge, CA80.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.96
49UMD-NASA Carbon Mapping /Sonoma County Vegetation Mapping and Lidar Program4374.0Intensity, Vegetation Height, Intensity - Highest Hit, Highest Hit, Bare Earth, Hydro-flattened Bare Earth, Intensity - Vegetation, Canopy Density186.76
50Central U.S. ARRA Lidar, New Madrid Seismic Zone987.0Bare Earth19.38
51California ARRA Lidar686.0Bare Earth14.68
52Hyak, WA: Cedar River Municipal Watershed Snow Modeling70.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth1.26
53Southwest Flank of Mt.Rainier, WA123.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth1.69
54Raleigh Peak, Colorado: May 201062.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.84
552010 CU-Boulder Campus and Flatirons45.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.76
56White Mountain Fault Zone, Owens Valley, CA47.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit0.92
57Survey of Sheepscot, Narragaugus and Pleasant Rivers, Maine1059.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth11.44
58Southern Sierra Nevada Critical Zone Observatory: Snow On109.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit1.91
59Southern Sierra Nevada Critical Zone Observatory: Snow Off121.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit1.84
60Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory: Leaf On Survey209.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth3.05
61Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory: Leaf Off Survey209.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth3.09
62Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM GL3) Global 90m119560000.038.37
63St. Elis Mountains and Gulf of Alaska427.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit3.43
64Mojave Desert, CA: Evolution of the Hector Mine Earthquake Surface Rupture71.0Highest Hit4.12
65Northern California Coast: Slope Failure in Low and High Uplift Regions47.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit0.86
66PG&E Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP): San Simeon, CA Central Coast803.0Bare Earth, Orthophotograph, Highest Hit558.93
67PG&E Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP): Los Osos, CA Central Coast688.0Intensity - Highest Hit, Bare Earth, Highest Hit10.91
68PG&E Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP): Diablo Canyon, CA Central Coast43.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth, Orthophotograph, Intensity - Highest Hit3.51
69Mojave Desert, CA: Precariously Balanced Rocks in Seismic Hazard Analysis45.0Highest Hit0.21
70South Fork Eel River, CA Watershed Morphology236.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth3.96
71West Swanzey, NH: Geomorphic Response to Dam Removal, Ashuelot River (2010)45.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth1.18
72Yosemite National Park: Poopenaut Valley and Wawona25.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit, Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.91
73Merced, CA: Origin and Evolution of the Mima Mounds33.0Highest Hit0.26
74Plum Island, MA148.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth2.44
75Truckee, CA: Sagehen Creek Snowpack Measurement48.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.60
76Perry Mesa, AZ: Ancient Agricultural Features and Landscape Transformation61.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth1.15
77Niwot Ridge Long-Term Ecological Research Site, Colorado48.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit0.50
78Silver Plume, CO48.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit1.21
79Blind Canyon and Box Canyon, Twin Falls, ID25.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit0.17
80Golden Gate National Recreation Area and Mt. Tamalpais State Park, CA28.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.22
81Eel River, CA: Landsliding and the Evolution of Mountainous Landscapes264.0Highest Hit2.33
82Furnace Creek Wash, Death Valley National Park, California38.0Highest Hit0.18
83Dragons Back Ridge: San Andreas Fault, California48.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth1.27
84Lawrenceville, IL: Detecting Tectonically Deformed Shorelines72.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit1.54
85Furnace Creek and Fish Lake Valley Fault Zones, Death Valley National Park38.0Highest Hit0.52
862011 - 2013 Indiana Statewide Lidar (West)49790.2Bare Earth86.63
872011 - 2013 Indiana Statewide Lidar (East)49790.2Bare Earth88.33
88Loma Mar, CA: Lidar survey of the San Jose Mountains50.0Bare Earth0.15
89Boise NF, ID: Avalanche Forecasting and Acoustic Detection49.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.67
90Bitterroot NF, ID: Transient Hillslope Response to Knickpoint Migration49.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.80
91Jemez River Basin Snow-off Lidar Survey722.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth6.90
92Jemez River Basin Snow-on Lidar Survey280.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit2.25
93Bald Point, FL: Hurricane Frequency and Storm Surge Archives from Sinkholes44.8Intensity - Highest Hit0.55
94Apopka, FL: Using Lidar to Identify Optimal Gopher Tortoise habitat49.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.48
95Nantahala NF, NC: Forest Leaf Structure, Terrain and Hydrophysiology64.9Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.69
96Point Reyes, CA: Landscape Response to Tectonics76.3Highest Hit, Bare Earth1.94
97Stanley, ID: Linkages Between Hydrologic Complexity and Nutrient Export53.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit0.53
98Merritt Island, FL: Identification of Florida Scrub-Jay Habitat59.0Intensity - Highest Hit0.86
99Pellston, MI: Effects of Forest Canopy Structural Change on Carbon Uptake61.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.71
1002010 Salton Sea Lidar Collection1401.0Highest Hit3.60
101Hawaii Big Island Lidar Survey300.0Highest Hit2.10
102Piercy, CA: Response of Bedrock River to Base Level Lowering, SF Eel River69.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit0.84
103Oroville, CA: Middle Fork of the Feather River, Sierra Nevada Foothills250.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth3.01
104Airborne Laser Mapping of Yosemite National Park, CA, 200766.0Intensity - Highest Hit, Highest Hit, Bare Earth1.21
105Airborne Laser Mapping of Independence Lake, CA65.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.90
1062008 Iowa River Flood Lidar, Iowa City, and the Clear Creek Watershed1011.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth16.14
107Clearwater NF, ID: Effects of Watershed Restoration on Hillslope Stability89.4Highest Hit, Bare Earth1.15
108Truro and Provincetown, MA: Lidar in Salt March Environments59.1Highest Hit, Bare Earth3.30
109Tuscaloosa, AL: Seasonal Inundation Dynamics And Invertebrate Communities53.6Bare Earth, Highest Hit0.90
110Rio Puerco River, NM: Study of overbank flood dynamics59.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit5.73
111Chaco Canyon, NM: Simulating Dynamic Hydrological Processes67.0Highest Hit0.64
112Meteor Crater, AZ34.3Highest Hit, Intensity - Highest Hit4.31
113SW Montana: Beavers as Geomorphic Agents in Small, Rocky Mountain Streams56.1Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.52
114Central Utah: Topographic Amplification of Earthquake Ground Motions65.7Bare Earth, Highest Hit0.54
115Bishop, CA: Morphological characteristics of the Bishop Tuff55.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.48
116Yosemite National Park, CA: Rockfall Studies61.5Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.79
117NW Nevada: Modeling of Meander Channel Evolution45.2Highest Hit, Bare Earth0.92
118Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory July 2010 Lidar Survey133.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth2.07
119Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory April 2010 Lidar Survey133.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit2.27
120Andrews Experimental Forest and Willamette National Forest Lidar (Aug 2008)79.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit0.60
121Teton Conservation District, Wyoming Lidar365.0Bare Earth1.63
122Lake Tahoe Basin Lidar941.0Highest Hit, Intensity - Highest Hit, Bare Earth54.41
123El Mayor-Cucapah Earthquake (4 April 2010) Rupture Lidar Scan372.0Highest Hit16.30
124EarthScope Southern & Eastern California Lidar Project1683.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit114.85
125EarthScope Yakima Lidar Project371.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit13.34
126EarthScope Alaska Denali Totschunda Lidar Project410.0Highest Hit, Bare Earth18.75
127EarthScope Intermountain Seismic Belt Lidar Project830.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit33.53
128EarthScope Northern California Lidar Project2448.0Bare Earth, Highest Hit105.17