New Leaf-off Imagery Available for Arrowhead Region
By Steve Kloiber, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
High-resolution imagery collected for the Arrowhead Region of Minnesota in Spring 2009 is now available through the MnGeo web mapping service. This is the first publicly available leaf-off imagery for this part of the state in 18 years.
This dataset includes four band (red, green, blue, and infrared), digital ortho-photography of Cook, Lake, and St. Louis counties along with parts of Itasca, Koochiching, and Carlton counties. The base resolution of the imagery is one-half meter (50-centimeters), but with partner contributions, about 40% of the 15,000-mile2 project area was collected at 1-foot resolution (30 centimeters).
Extent of the 50-cm dataset
Extent of the 30-cm dataset
The imagery was collected through a multi-agency collaborative effort headed by the Minnesota DNR with contributions from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, St. Louis County, and the U.S. Geological Survey.
For more information, contact Steve Kloiber at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-259- 5164.