Point Cloud Jobs Statistics

  Dataset No. of jobs   ↓ Total points processed No. of unique users
1 2011 - 2013 Indiana Statewide Lidar 27,490 331,961,354,408 3,844
2 Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries Lidar Program Data 9,436 376,941,309,191 2,371
3 B4 Project - Southern San Andreas and San Jacinto Faults 4,087 199,994,161,935 741
4 EarthScope Southern & Eastern California Lidar Project 3,272 82,531,251,218 451
5 Lake Tahoe Basin Lidar 3,158 251,641,258,113 912
6 UMD-NASA Carbon Mapping /Sonoma County Vegetation Mapping and Lidar Program 3,037 127,533,452,034 669
7 EarthScope Northern California Lidar Project 2,940 100,826,914,123 922
8 2005 San Diego Urban Region Lidar 2,860 84,711,302,349 1,218
9 State of Utah Acquired Lidar Data - Wasatch Front 2,796 136,121,092,746 763
10 World Bank - ImageCat Inc. - RIT Haiti Earthquake Lidar dataset 1,963 106,354,431,463 590
11 Napa Watershed, CA 1,768 61,052,684,967 571
12 Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory August 2010 Snow-Off Lidar Survey 1,415 146,650,465,933 518
13 PG&E Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP): San Simeon, CA Central Coast 1,379 120,660,095,429 400
14 El Mayor-Cucapah Earthquake (4 April 2010) Rupture Lidar Scan 1,267 105,822,400,538 252
15 Utah Geological Survey Lidar 1,195 53,966,383,241 480
16 Wellington, New Zealand 2013 1,186 70,126,685,686 413
17 Auckland, New Zealand 2013 1,102 31,542,037,936 440
18 EarthScope Intermountain Seismic Belt Lidar Project 1,098 57,148,185,575 472
19 USBR Upper Columbia River Basin East 1,044 23,868,904,264 697
20 Hawaii Big Island Lidar Survey 1,020 63,479,427,831 549
21 PG&E Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP): Los Osos, CA Central Coast 1,011 50,725,433,547 407
22 Yosemite, CA: El Portal, Mariposa Grove, Yosemite Canyon & Tuolumne Meadows 971 45,771,268,181 494
23 Northern San Andreas Fault, CA 917 28,174,368,533 363
24 Northern Walker Lane, CA Airborne Lidar Dataset 902 25,974,115,536 113
25 2010 Channel Islands Lidar Collection 842 74,197,865,775 272
26 Missisquoi Watershed Lidar 830 37,525,591,227 273
27 2014 USFS Tahoe National Forest Lidar 802 61,375,583,080 246
28 Meteor Crater, AZ 706 35,215,247,227 426
29 Luquillo CZO Rio Blanco and Rio Mameyes Lidar Survey 2010-2011 704 39,073,208,509 312
30 NOAA ISEMP - Watershed Sciences - Bridge Creek, Oregon Lidar Survey, 2005 676 14,940,467,373 406
31 Jemez River Basin Snow-off Lidar Survey 667 49,966,782,021 241
32 EarthScope Alaska Denali Totschunda Lidar Project 653 40,945,290,889 169
33 Teton Conservation District, Wyoming Lidar 647 38,484,252,322 294
34 Yosemite National Park, CA: Rockfall Studies 619 31,230,314,027 291
35 Lunar Crater Volcanic Field, Central Nevada 607 59,340,346,315 266
36 Chaco Canyon, NM: Simulating Dynamic Hydrological Processes 597 21,387,449,960 152
37 St. Elis Mountains and Gulf of Alaska 550 30,410,315,164 344
38 Na Pali Coast, Kauai, Hawaii 516 29,637,979,127 287
39 Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, AZ 512 34,620,108,680 322
40 Christchurch and Selwyn, Canterbury, New Zealand 2015 510 35,089,864,872 193
41 California ARRA Lidar 496 24,370,085,352 240
42 2013 USFS Tahoe National Forest Lidar 493 20,704,451,151 95
43 California Coast: Big Creek, Vincente, Arroyo Seco, Scotts Creek, UCSC 471 38,697,853,751 222
44 Central U.S. ARRA Lidar, New Madrid Seismic Zone 456 56,054,851,607 82
45 Granite Dells, AZ 455 22,888,205,136 195
46 EarthScope Yakima Lidar Project 431 21,696,442,700 176
47 White Sands National Monument, NM: Lidar Survey of Dune Fields 427 17,585,550,422 134
48 East Helanshan Fault, northern China 421 19,078,769,939 226
49 Austin, TX, Rapid Response, 2015 418 23,849,956,941 213
50 Hawaii Kauai Survey 394 23,014,761,646 221
51 2010 Salton Sea Lidar Collection 390 38,575,501,568 125
52 August 24, 2014 South Napa Earthquake 380 23,523,649,584 173
53 Yosemite Rim Fire lidar 2013 356 21,893,837,935 143
54 2010 CU-Boulder Campus and Flatirons 355 14,172,476,290 212
55 New Madrid Seismic Zone 354 39,983,948,469 108
56 Victor Harbour - South Australia, 2011 353 15,457,083,354 235
57 Granite Dells Terrestrial Laser Scanning Dataset 348 1,127,715,495 251
58 Kilauea Volcano, HI July 2018 Acquisition 343 30,383,582,074 171
59 West Rainier Seismic Zone, WA 341 17,559,876,057 167
60 Coastal Dune Fields of Garopaba and Vila Nova, Santa Catarina State, Brazil 332 2,936,099,429 248
61 South Fork Eel River, CA: Understanding Terrace Formation and Abandonment 327 23,305,763,459 102
62 Southwest Flank of Mt.Rainier, WA 318 20,758,232,195 177
63 Death Valley National Park, CA: Badwater Basin 315 18,354,793,538 193
64 Big Sky, MT: Patterns of Nitrogen Export & Land Use Change 313 17,302,413,450 140
65 Southern Sierra Nevada Critical Zone Observatory: Snow Off 308 17,231,739,626 99
66 Tauranga and Coast, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand 2015 305 3,083,669,271 147
67 Post-Kumamoto Earthquake (16 April 2016) Rupture Lidar Scan 296 13,662,339,705 134
68 Lidar Survey of the Black Hills Experimental Forest, South Dakota 291 3,151,088,012 158
69 Airborne Laser Mapping of Yosemite National Park, CA, 2007 268 3,822,872,008 189
70 2014-2015 lidar survey of the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica 249 24,309,904,230 122
71 Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory July 2010 Lidar Survey 245 15,186,811,794 130
72 Survey of Parts of Potomac and Susquehanna Rivers 238 5,331,534,428 168
73 Yosemite, CA: Spatial & Temporal Patterns of Nitrogen Export 235 5,836,471,692 73
74 Golden Bay, Tasman, New Zealand 2017 230 8,272,922,153 130
75 Surprise Valley, CA 229 16,889,648,431 141
76 Raleigh Peak, Colorado: May 2010 228 15,093,682,920 124
77 2008 Iowa River Flood Lidar, Iowa City, and the Clear Creek Watershed 227 9,989,486,314 130
78 Trinity River, Texas 2015 227 15,982,735,341 87
79 Thorton, NH: Hydrologic and Topographic Controls on Organic Carbon in Soils 224 16,545,586,643 91
80 Jemez River Basin Snow-on Lidar Survey 223 11,656,123,413 120
81 Straight Cliffs Formation, South-Central Utah, 2016 216 12,548,508,529 136
82 White Sands National Monument, NM: Lidar Survey of Dune Fields (Sept 2009) 216 14,881,973,013 132
83 2006 INEGI Sierra Cucupah Empirically Corrected Lidar Dataset 209 757,687,567 133
84 Nantahala NF, NC: Forest Leaf Structure, Terrain and Hydrophysiology 209 14,078,331,780 115
85 Raplee Ridge, Utah 207 9,216,650,032 118
86 San Bernardino Mountains, CA 2016 206 7,544,145,226 123
87 Idaho Lidar Consortium (ILC): St. Joe National Forest 204 8,348,049,300 136
88 Golden Gate National Recreation Area and Mt. Tamalpais State Park, CA 203 2,552,324,493 138
89 Oroville, CA: Middle Fork of the Feather River, Sierra Nevada Foothills 203 13,082,298,655 77
90 Carrizo Plain Terrestrial Laser Scanning Dataset 202 15,669,070,591 124
91 Surface Expression of the 1886 Charleston, South Carolina Earthquake 202 5,666,467,898 59
92 South Florida Everglades 202 10,131,483,951 137
93 Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory 2016 Leaf Off LiDAR Survey 201 10,288,165,068 107
94 Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand 2012 200 7,291,544,930 115
95 Israel's Mediterranean Sharon sea cliff, 2006 199 1,070,169,485 154
96 Medicine Bow NF, WY: Forest Ecosystem Impacts by Mountain Pine Beetle 199 4,662,606,017 85
97 Kilauea Volcano, HI June 2018 Acquisition 197 12,850,093,713 109
98 Plum Island, MA 196 6,014,968,559 135
99 NEON D17 Pacific Southwest- California 193 7,478,508,089 87
100 Great Smokey Mountains, NC 193 3,943,466,517 135
101 Lemhi Watershed - US Bureau of Reclamation 192 18,071,893,480 65
102 Survey of Sheepscot, Narragaugus and Pleasant Rivers, Maine 188 12,089,098,181 99
103 Geomorphic Effects of Landslide Dams on the Owyhee River, Oregon 187 20,852,973,265 71
104 Hite, UT: Quantifying Evolution and Stability of Coarse Alluvial Channels 182 14,011,927,509 74
105 Snake River, Wyoming 182 7,231,008,422 134
106 San Isabel NF, CO: Debris Flow Mechanics and Landscape Evolution 181 10,875,867,713 89
107 Pellston, MI: Effects of Forest Canopy Structural Change on Carbon Uptake 180 4,884,041,217 131
108 San Rafael, UT: Survey of Exposed Subsurface Volcanic Features 177 12,194,145,354 98
109 Fault systems in the Eastern California Shear Zone, CA 176 7,279,065,836 67
110 B4 Project - Southern San Andreas and San Jacinto Faults - Classified Lidar 176 15,767,253,423 74
111 Big Creek, California 173 4,594,036,302 136
112 Grand Junction, CO: Roan Plateau 172 10,041,249,131 100
113 USBR Upper Columbia River Basin West 172 8,869,601,475 81
114 2013 Balochistan earthquake, Pakistan 171 18,121,905,320 74
115 Yosemite National Park: Poopenaut Valley and Wawona 169 6,516,286,383 104
116 Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory: Leaf Off Survey 169 7,774,968,946 94
117 Poleta Folds, southern Deep Springs Valley, California 168 3,157,057,101 118
118 Landers Surface Rupture Terrestrial Laser Scanning Dataset 168 991,470,125 115
119 San Gabriel Mountains, CA: Tectonics and Topography 168 7,846,337,052 95
120 Henry Mountains, UT: Hillslope-Channel Coupling in a Bedrock Landscape 167 8,757,019,352 103
121 Volcanic Tablelands in Bishop, California 167 14,046,270,445 97
122 Truro and Provincetown, MA: Lidar in Salt Marsh Environments 166 5,755,304,577 112
123 Durham, NH: Hyporheic Zone Extent and Exchange in a Coastal Stream 165 5,511,033,887 86
124 Stanley, ID: Linkages Between Hydrologic Complexity and Nutrient Export 165 19,016,856,210 92
125 Andrews Experimental Forest and Willamette National Forest Lidar (Aug 2008) 164 5,473,948,500 88
126 El Mayor-Cucapah Earthquake Rupture Terrestrial Laser Scan-Site 2 161 1,922,801,157 137
127 Very High Resolution Airborne Lidar at Strathalbyn in Queensland, Australia 160 7,078,220,910 105
128 Idaho Lidar Consortium (ILC): Moscow Mountain 157 3,794,313,001 96
129 Canyon Lake Gorge, TX: Mechanics of Megaflood Erosion 154 3,417,963,617 129
130 Jemez River Basin, NM: Post-fire Landscape Response 153 16,732,060,035 86
131 Marlborough Fault System, South Island, New Zealand 151 10,195,262,088 88
132 Flathead Lake Biological Station, MT (May 2005) 150 6,124,086,770 98
133 2016 Solana Beach, CA Bluff Characterization Survey 149 4,452,766,319 50
134 White Canyon and Hite, Lake Powell, Utah 149 4,533,806,515 92
135 Pre-Kumamoto Earthquake (16 April 2016) Rupture Lidar Scan 148 8,001,914,690 76
136 North Carolina Coast: Quantifying Patterns of Coastal Change (July 2007) 148 2,743,970,359 89
137 Illinois River, OR, Coast Ranges, 2016 147 6,373,893,862 63
138 PG&E Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP): Diablo Canyon, CA Central Coast 147 8,162,329,484 78
139 Eel River Critical Zone Observatory July 2014 Lidar Survey (1064 nm) 147 2,042,418,761 45
140 Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory: Leaf On Survey 147 7,431,319,741 69
141 Kohala Peninsula, Hawaii: Precipitation Effects on Landscape Evolution 146 7,336,450,784 106
142 Silver Plume, CO 142 2,395,239,772 110
143 Idaho Lidar Consortium (ILC): Lolo Creek and Slate Creek 142 11,943,709,684 58
144 Walker Fault System, Nevada, 2015 138 16,665,235,028 48
145 Dragons Back Ridge: San Andreas Fault, California 138 4,984,284,606 74
146 Triangle Lake, OR: Earthquake Induced Landslide 138 8,389,301,285 74
147 Wheeler Ridge, CA 133 14,968,866,851 71
148 White Mountain Fault Zone, Owens Valley, CA 132 10,410,654,908 57
149 North Sister, OR: Collier Cone Lava Flow 132 5,343,462,787 64
150 Solfatara Plateau Obsidian Lava Flow, Yellowstone National Park, WY 131 10,783,055,036 74
151 Northern Rockies, Montana lidar 2016 130 10,148,207,282 87
152 Perry Mesa, AZ: Ancient Agricultural Features and Landscape Transformation 128 6,129,307,780 71
153 Southern Sierra Nevada Critical Zone Observatory: Snow On 126 5,083,501,763 55
154 South Fork Eel River, CA Watershed Morphology 125 5,505,732,273 72
155 West Swanzey, NH: Geomorphic Response to Dam Removal, Ashuelot River(2011) 123 6,124,746,468 50
156 Greybull, WY: Sheep Mountain Anticline 123 9,082,466,033 71
157 El Mayor-Cucapah Earthquake, Pleiades 2014 121 11,022,450,641 66
158 Tender Foot, MT: Hydrological Processes on Hill Slopes 121 5,582,662,588 50
159 Point Reyes, CA: Landscape Response to Tectonics 120 5,122,054,292 64
160 Harper Lake Fault Slip Distribution, Central Mojave, CA 120 12,265,315,567 44
161 Idaho Lidar Consortium (ILC): Clear Creek 119 8,889,183,902 38
162 Richmond and Motueka, Tasman, New Zealand 2015 119 1,667,845,166 47
163 Mojave Desert, CA: Precariously Balanced Rocks in Seismic Hazard Analysis 118 10,652,105,621 84
164 Sea Grass Beds, Apalachicola, FL 116 4,057,763,519 79
165 Mojave Desert, CA: Evolution of the Hector Mine Earthquake Surface Rupture 116 7,819,353,910 47
166 El Mayor-Cucapah Earthquake Rupture Terrestrial Laser Scan-Site 1 116 3,307,718,101 84
167 Lidar Survey of the Malheur National Forest, Oregon 116 4,761,885,455 74
168 Furnace Creek Wash, Death Valley National Park, California 113 4,254,417,167 77
169 Rapid Response to 2011 Mississippi Flood 113 11,658,603,949 45
170 Sierra National Forest, CA: Soil Formation and Transport 112 1,776,035,854 75
171 Lake Bonneville, Utah 112 4,954,357,821 82
172 Kremmling, CO: Blue and Colorado River Confluence 112 2,158,118,375 84
173 Ladron Peak, New Mexico Survey 112 5,018,457,821 84
174 Santa Maria River, AZ: Vegetation and channel form 111 8,342,728,308 74
175 NW Nevada: Modeling of Meander Channel Evolution 111 6,671,808,419 61
176 Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory 2014 Leaf On Survey 111 9,314,901,728 63
177 Abel Tasman and Golden Bay, Tasman, New Zealand 2016 108 3,018,803,244 63
178 Idaho Lidar Consortium (ILC): South Fork Salmon and Secesh Rivers 107 8,896,743,219 51
179 Reynolds Creek Critical Zone Observatory 2015 Post-Soda Fire Lidar 107 6,979,663,887 37
180 Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory April 2010 Lidar Survey 105 4,864,799,310 69
181 Eel River, CA: Landsliding and the Evolution of Mountainous Landscapes 104 8,130,194,314 64
182 White Sands National Monument, NM: Lidar Survey of Dune Fields (Jan 2009) 101 5,029,126,444 66
183 Lincoln National Forest, NM: Floodplains in Fluvial Networks 101 6,727,917,305 49
184 Wax Lake Delta, Louisiana, USA 2013 98 7,909,946,172 55
185 Tushar Mountains, Utah (1550 nm) 98 2,290,202,644 80
186 2008 LVIS Sierra Nevada, CA 97 113,915,102 51
187 Bishop, CA: Morphological characteristics of the Bishop Tuff 95 7,635,329,322 46
188 Inyo Domes, CA lidar 2016 95 4,995,141,208 63
189 Yucaipa Ridge, San Bernardino Mountains, CA 94 5,157,643,035 60
190 Hyak, WA: Cedar River Municipal Watershed Snow Modeling 92 4,871,753,913 67
191 Hurunui Rivers, Canterbury, New Zealand 2013 91 3,061,982,740 49
192 Clearwater NF, ID: Effects of Watershed Restoration on Hillslope Stability 90 5,897,225,382 53
193 Corpus Cristi, TX: Influence of Dunes & Barrier Islands on Hurricane Surge 90 6,851,975,654 60
194 John Day Watershed 2006 - US Bureau of Reclamation 90 3,615,030,755 46
195 Yellowstone National Park, WY: Quantifying Gravel-Bed Rivers 87 3,728,447,645 64
196 Cache NF, UT: Predicting Bonneville Cutthroat Trout Spawning Hotspots 87 5,326,602,984 64
197 Santa Clarita Topography 87 3,969,311,778 57
198 Lake Placid, FL: Lidar Survey of the Archibold Biological Station 87 3,668,132,777 71
199 Niwot Ridge Long-Term Ecological Research Site, Colorado 86 3,202,521,277 62
200 Rangiora, Canterbury, New Zealand 2014 86 2,232,937,391 47
201 Everglades National Park 85 2,560,498,190 65
202 Topographic stress controls, San Bernardino Mountains, CA 2017 85 3,977,325,432 51
203 Gabilan Mesa, CA: Valley Alluviation effects on Hillslope-Channel Coupling 83 7,319,868,463 50
204 Laytonville, CA lidar 2015 83 6,266,734,279 58
205 Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory May 20-21 2010 Snow-On Lidar Survey 83 8,166,980,476 42
206 Wax Lake Delta, Louisiana, USA 2009 82 4,422,134,368 45
207 Bald Point, FL: Hurricane Frequency and Storm Surge Archives from Sinkholes 82 4,776,179,538 59
208 Rio Puerco River, NM: Study of overbank flood dynamics 81 4,133,376,351 48
209 Woodland-encroached sagebrush ecosystem, Nevada 81 4,632,631,114 54
210 Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand 2014 81 2,866,534,797 42
211 Merritt Island, FL: Identification of Florida Scrub-Jay Habitat 81 2,565,299,156 62
212 Yosemite Rim Fire, Smithsonian Forest lidar 2013 81 2,885,366,410 59
213 Northern California Coast: Slope Failure in Low and High Uplift Regions 80 3,389,984,974 45
214 Mapping of Hydrothermal Explosion Craters in Yellowstone N.P., WY 2017 80 4,795,927,558 41
215 San Rafael River, Castle Dale, Utah, 2016 79 4,938,525,934 48
216 Niobrara River, Nebraska 77 3,021,707,928 59
217 Slumgullion Landslide, Colorado (July 10, 2015) 77 4,636,732,738 50
218 Wellington Fault, NZ 2010 77 1,368,982,710 55
219 West Swanzey, NH: Geomorphic Response to Dam Removal, Ashuelot River (2010) 76 2,077,534,046 47
220 Dixie Valley Fault Rupture Terrestrial Laser Scanning Dataset-Site 1 76 756,564,474 70
221 Tuscaloosa, AL: Seasonal Inundation Dynamics And Invertebrate Communities 76 3,558,804,823 52
222 Idaho Lidar Consortium (ILC): Nez Perce Reservation 75 1,788,092,374 44
223 1959 Hebgen Lake rupture (Montana) 75 4,330,116,585 46
224 Idaho Lidar Consortium (ILC): Jack Waite Mine 74 4,060,432,376 37
225 Idaho Lidar Consortium (ILC): Emerald Creek 74 2,748,214,702 54
226 Mapping of Diamond Fork River, UT 2017 74 5,314,422,252 37
227 Powder River, MT 2016 72 3,605,238,376 48
228 North Carolina Coast: Quantifying Patterns of Coastal Change (June 2006) 72 1,822,827,888 41
229 West Coast and Hauraki Plains, Waikato, New Zealand 2015 72 2,227,888,022 54
230 Flathead Lake Biological Station, MT (September 2005) 71 4,193,673,652 44
231 Oregon Coast Range: Sediment Storage in Debris-Flows 71 3,986,837,876 38
232 Blind Canyon and Box Canyon, Twin Falls, ID 71 970,395,573 57
233 Mackenzie, Canterbury, New Zealand 2015 70 1,456,841,518 29
234 Otago, New Zealand 2016 70 1,946,051,879 52
235 Slip transfer through the Eastern Transverse Ranges, CA 2017 69 4,831,589,356 46
236 Apopka, FL: Using Lidar to Identify Optimal Gopher Tortoise habitat 69 2,550,540,045 48
237 Geologic Mapping of Coal Beds (Northeastern Montana) 68 6,134,088,524 45
238 Mount Shasta, CA: Quaternary Debris Avalanche 66 2,925,295,321 53
239 Eel River Critical Zone Observatory July 2014 Lidar Survey (532 nm) 65 3,259,624,872 31
240 Slumgullion Landslide, Colorado (July 3, 2015) 65 5,020,027,137 36
241 West Bijou Creek, CO 64 1,811,292,919 44
242 SW Montana: Beavers as Geomorphic Agents in Small, Rocky Mountain Streams 63 2,450,372,320 39
243 Central Utah: Topographic Amplification of Earthquake Ground Motions 62 3,397,779,297 36
244 Loma Mar, CA: Lidar survey of the San Jose Mountains 61 992,866,344 30
245 Timaru Rivers, Canterbury, New Zealand 2014 61 2,701,932,748 44
246 Furnace Creek and Fish Lake Valley Fault Zones, Death Valley National Park 61 1,657,347,436 35
247 Columbia, NC: Modeling Coastal Plain Wetland Ecosystems 59 2,439,143,744 37
248 Truckee, CA: Sagehen Creek Snowpack Measurement 58 3,963,685,822 27
249 Airborne Laser Mapping of Independence Lake, CA 57 1,841,478,744 41
250 Little San Bernardino Mountains, Joshua Tree National Park, California 56 3,571,366,138 41
251 Mapleton, OR: Transient Landscape Evolution in the Oregon Coast Range 56 2,706,253,474 27
252 Boise NF, ID: Avalanche Forecasting and Acoustic Detection 56 2,166,933,854 43
253 Mayapan, Mexico 53 1,553,196,241 29
254 Hope Fault, NZ 2010 52 1,442,046,324 32
255 Fault geometry on the Mission Creek-Mill Creek faults, CA 2017 52 2,881,871,480 31
256 Photogrammetric model of the Tecolote Volcano, Sonora, Mexico 47 5,402,630,514 30
257 Distribution and Legacy of Large Landslides, San Gabriel Mountains, CA 2017 45 1,775,665,196 30
258 Greys River, WY (1550 nm) 45 2,165,303,369 34
259 IML Critical Zone Observatory, Sangamon River, IL Aug 2014 (1064 nm) 45 2,093,426,037 24
260 Niobrara River, Nebraska (532 nm) 44 1,995,584,285 38
261 Bitterroot NF, ID: Transient Hillslope Response to Knickpoint Migration 44 3,755,970,044 30
262 IML Critical Zone Observatory, Clear Creek Aug 2014 Lidar Survey (1064 nm) 43 1,249,882,795 17
263 Cheviot and Hawarden, Canterbury, New Zealand 2015 43 1,491,857,842 34
264 Merced, CA: Origin and Evolution of the Mima Mounds 42 2,080,129,991 31
265 2007 LVIS Greenland 42 5,781,096 21
266 Amberley, Canterbury, New Zealand 2012 38 1,021,365,602 26
267 Queenstown, Otago, New Zealand 2016 37 2,108,788,252 19
268 Characterizing Forest Structure Changes and Effects on Snowpack, AZ 2017 37 2,112,423,871 22
269 Pahrump Valley: California/Nevada State Line 36 638,692,064 27
270 Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory May 5 2010 Snow-On Lidar Survey 36 2,629,762,456 19
271 Dixie Valley Fault Rupture Terrestrial Laser Scanning Dataset-Site 2 34 1,206,565,861 31
272 Piercy, CA: Response of Bedrock River to Base Level Lowering, SF Eel River 34 1,553,156,051 20
273 Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory May 9 2010 Snow-On Lidar Survey 33 2,004,863,239 14
274 Idaho Falls, ID: Lidar for Modeling Eolian Soil Transport 32 2,290,276,022 23
275 Slumgullion Landslide, Colorado (July 7, 2015) 29 2,042,595,387 22
276 Lawrenceville, IL: Detecting Tectonically Deformed Shorelines 27 683,792,546 20
277 Tushar Mountains, Utah (532 nm) 21 480,694,781 17
278 Mapping of Displacements Near Parkfield, California 20 2,072,614,580 7
279 IML Critical Zone Observatory, Sangamon River, IL Aug 2014 (532 nm) 20 411,613,968 17
280 Channel Avulsion in Bishop, California 15 1,109,962,586 13
281 Greys River, WY (532 nm) 13 582,926,492 11
282 IML Critical Zone Observatory, Clear Creek Aug 2014 Lidar Survey (532 nm) 11 231,908,275 9
283 Mapping of San Gabriel Mountains, CA 2009 Fire 8 760,249,711 2
284 Eel River Critical Zone Observatory July 2014 Lidar Survey (1064 nm/Angelo) 7 543,705,174 6
285 Eagle Creek Fire Area in the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon 7 66,344,571 2
286 Canterbury, New Zealand 2016 6 239,504,216 3
287 2015-2017 State of Utah Lidar Acquisition 3 6,290,467 1
 
    All Datasets 123,295 5,178,605,553,155