7 Works

ADIwg Metadata Toolkit Overview

Joshua Bradley, Dennis Walworth & Stan Smith
Poster giving an overview of the Alaska Data Integration working group's Metadata Toolkit

Aerial Images of Alaska\'s Arctic Coastal Plain; 1948-1949

Ken D. Tape
This dataset is comprised of 36 black and white 9x9 inch aerial images of four different study areas on Alaska\'s Arctic Coastal Plain taken between 1948-1949 and obtained from the Alaska Satellite Facility in 2013. The images represent an historical snapshot of the landscape from that time. \r\n The images were scanned and geo-referenced to various contemporary (2002-2010) satellite imagery using tie-point methods and splines for interpolation.

Collaboration in a disaster

Elaine M. Guidero, Greg D. Matthews & Elizabeth McCartney
USGS and FEMA collaborated to create/collect crowdsourced data on residences in six parishes that were part of the disaster area in the August 2016 floods. The National Map Corps were invited to volunteer to collect this data using an online interface. FEMA used this data to help determine which buildings in the parishes were residences, and to estimate by how many feet underwater the houses were. This data was then used to help determine the...

Maps of the Russian Far East

Keith Labay
Two geographic maps showing the Russian Far East. Small scaled illustrations showing Russian Far East and relative position to Alaska.

Aerial Images of Alaska's Arctic Coastal Plain; 1955

Ken D. Tape
This dataset is comprised of a single aerial image of a single area on Alaska\'s Arctic Coastal Plain taken on 21 June 1955 by the U.S. Air Force and obtained from the USGS EROS data center via the EarthExplorer website in 2013. The image represents an historical snapshot of the landscape from that time. \r\n The image was scanned and geo-referenced to various contemporary (2002-2010) satellite imagery using tie-point methods and splines for interpolation.

Aerial Image of Alaska\'s Arctic Coastal Plain; 1974-1979

Ken D. Tape
This dataset is comprised of 10 aerial images of three different study areas on Alaska\'s Arctic Coastal Plain flown by NASA in 1974, 1977, 1979 and obtained from the USGS EROS Data Center via the EarthExplorer website in 2013. The images represent an historical snapshot of the landscape from that time. \r\n The images were scanned and georeferenced to various contemporary (2002-2010) satellite imagery using tie-point methods and splines for interpolation.

Registration Year

  • 2014
    1
  • 2015
    3
  • 2016
    1
  • 2017
    2

Resource Types

  • Image
    7

Data Centers

  • USGS DOI Tool Production Environment
    6
  • FWS Landscape Conservation Cooperative
    1