New Jersey To Expand Use of LiDAR

The Press of Atlantic City reports that the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is joining the New England states with a LiDAR data collect of the southern New Jersey coastline. The data will be used to update flood mapping, with emergency management planning and to identify coastal hazards.

Slowly but surely the coastal zone of the US is being mapped.

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