WATER: Dataset of airborne LiDAR mission in the Dayekou watershed flight zone on Jun. 23, 2008

WATER: Dataset of airborne LiDAR mission in the Dayekou watershed flight zone on Jun. 23, 2008


The dataset of airborne LiDAR mission in the Dayekou watershed flight zone on Jun. 23, 2008 included peak pulse data (*.LAS), full waveform data (.lgc), CCD photos, DEM, DSM and DOM. The flight routes were as follows:

{|

! flight route

! startpoint lat

! startpoint lon

! endpoint lat

! endpoint lon

! altitude (m)

! length (km)

! photos

|-

| 8 || 38°32′52.25″ || 100°12′35.26″ || 38°30′25.65″ || 100°18′31.76″ || 3650 || 9.7 || 34

|-

| 9 || 38°32′57.99″ || 100°12′39.09″ || 38°30′31.59″ || 100°18′35.14″ || 3650 || 9.7 || 34

|-

| 10 || 38°33′03.74″ || 100°12′42.91″ || 38°30′40.25″ || 100°18′31.88″ || 3650 || 9.5 || 34

|-

| 11 || 38°33′12.80″ || 100°12′38.68″ || 38°30′46.10″ || 100°18′35.47″ || 3650 || 9.8 || 35

|-

| 12 || 38°33′18.55″ || 100°12′42.51″ || 38°30′54.86″ || 100°18′31.99″ || 3650 || 9.6 || 35

|-

| 13 || 38°33′24.30″ || 100°12′46.34″ || 38°31′00.95″ || 100°18′34.98″ || 3650 || 9.5 || 36

|-

| 14 || 38°33′30.05″ || 100°12′50.16″ || 38°31′09.54″ || 100°18′31.92″ || 3650 || 9.3 || 35

|-

| 15 || 38°33′35.80″ || 100°12′53.99″ || 38°31′15.47″ || 100°18′35.29″ || 3750 || 9.3 || 35

|-

| 16 || 38°33′41.55″ || 100°12′57.82″ || 38°31′21.66″ || 100°18′38.05″ || 3750 || 9.3 || 35

|-

| 17 || 38°33′47.30″ || 100°13′01.65″ || 38°31′27.25″ || 100°18′42.27″ || 3750 || 9.3 || 35

|-

| 19 || 38°34′02.11″ || 100°13′01.25″ || 38°31′45.61″ || 100°18′33.27″ || 3750 || 9.1 || 45

|-

| 20 || 38°34′07.86″ || 100°13′05.07″ || 38°31′51.54″ || 100°18′36.64″ || 3750 || 9.1 || 45

|-

| 21 || 38°34′13.61″ || 100°13′08.90″ || 38°32′00.12″ || 100°18′33.60″ || 3750 || 8.9 || 45

|-

| 22 || 38°34′19.36″ || 100°13′12.73″ || 38°32′05.45″ || 100°18′38.44″ || 3750 || 8.9 || 45

|-

| 23 || 38°34′25.10″ || 100°13′16.56″ || 38°32′14.72″ || 100°18′33.72″ || 3750 || 8.7 || 45

|-

| 24 || 38°34′30.85″ || 100°13′20.39″ || 38°32′20.48″ || 100°18′37.52″ || 3750 || 8.7 || 45

|-

| 25 || 38°34′36.60″ || 100°13′24.22″ || 38°32′26.24″ || 100°18′41.32″ || 3750 || 8.7 || 45

|-

| 26 || 38°34′45.66″ || 100°13′19.98″ || 38°32′31.98″ || 100°18′45.15″ || 3750 || 8.9 || 45

|}


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Ma, M. (2012). WATER: Dataset of airborne LiDAR mission in the Dayekou watershed flight zone on Jun. 23, 2008. A Big Earth Data Platform for Three Poles, DOI: 10.3972/water973.0222.db. CSTR: 18406.11.water973.0222.db. (Download the reference: RIS | Bibtex )

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Support Program

National Program on Key Basic Research Project (973 Program (No:2007CB714400)

The CAS (Chinese Academy of Sciences) Action Plan for West Development Project (No:KZCX2-XB2-09)

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