Reclassified lidar point cloud data from 2016 LARIAC and 2019 NCALM collections covering part of the Woolsey wildfire near Malibu, California
These lidar data are derived from two airborne lidar surveys: a 2016 Los Angeles Region Imagery Acquisition Consortium (LARIAC) survey, and a 2019 National Center for Airborne Laser Mapping (NCALM) survey. These data were reclassified in order to improve the classification of ground points, and to make the classification of both datasets as consistent as possible. The NCALM data had their position shifted slightly to more closely align with the LARIAC data. The data are organized into two "Child Items": Reclassified lidar point clouds from 2016 LARIAC collection near Malibu, California and Reclassified lidar point clouds from 2019 NCALM collection near Malibu, California. The point clouds are available as ~1 square kilometer tiles with 25 m buffer overlaps to avoid edge effects in further processing. The naming convention includes the name of the original data collection and some reference UTM coordinates.
|Reclassified lidar point cloud data from 2016 LARIAC and 2019 NCALM collections covering part of the Woolsey wildfire near Malibu, California
|Stephen B DeLong, Francis K Rengers, Kirk F. Townsend
|USGS Digital Object Identifier Catalog
|Earthquake Science Center