During the Summer of 2016 AGRC and the U.S. Forest Service acquired 292 square miles of 8 points per meter Quality Level 1 LiDAR on Monroe Mountain in central Utah. The acquisition took place with leaf-on conditions to model the forest canopy in addition to ground elevations. The .5 meter resolution bare earth DEMs and first-return/highest-hit DSMs in .tif format have a 10.0cm vertical RMSE accuracy and are available for download. The LAS classified point clouds are also available by request from Rick Kelson from AGRC at RKelson@utah.gov and eventually from Open Topography. This elevation data was collected between Aug. 27 and Sept. 11, 2016 and has a UTM NAD83 (2011) zone 12 north meter NAVD88(GEOID12) projection.
- Retrieve 2016 Bare Earth DEMs and First Return DSMs via Interactive Map
- Download project Reports and Metadata
- Download shapefiles of project area, tile indices, and breaklines
The naming convention for the tiles are based off the U.S. National Grid (USNG).
This elevation data has a UTM NAD83 (2011) zone 12 north meters NAVD88(GEOID12) projection
Comments, questions, compliments, or concerns can be directed to Rick Kelson from AGRC at RKelson@utah.gov.