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Oct 18, 2019
OpenTopography is pleased to announce the release of a high-resolution topographic data set and orthomosaic that cover ~ 5 km of the House Range fault and shoreline features of late Pleistocene Lake Bonneville in the Sevier Desert, eastern Basin and...
Sep 23, 2019
OpenTopography is pleased to announce the release of high-resolution topography and orthomosaics of part of the Lost River fault zone (LFRZ), Idaho. The data set covers the northern ~16 km of the surface-rupture that occurred on the LRFZ in the Mw 6...
Sep 22, 2019
After a big earthquake happens people ask, ‘Where did the earthquake occur? How big was it? What type of fault was activated.’ We have designed an undergraduate laboratory exercise where students learn how geologists and geodesists use airborne...

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Jun 17, 2019
OpenTopography is collaborating with Land Information New Zealand to make 3D point cloud lidar data in New Zealand available for download, processing, and visualization. LIdar-derived DEM and DSM raster products are available for download via the LINZ Data Service.  LINZ recently published another...
May 28, 2019
OpenTopography recently released on-demand vertical differencing. Here, we showcase a range of anthropogenic, geomorphic, and tectonic processes imaged using topographic differencing on OpenTopography’s portal. In each image, erosion or downward change of the Earth’s surface is colored in red, while deposition or upward...