3 edition of Digitizing topographic data for skyline design programs found in the catalog.
Digitizing topographic data for skyline design programs
Ward W. Carson
by Pacific North West Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Portland, Or
Written in English
Presents a procedure for digitizing skyline road topographic data from stereo-aerial photographs. A Kelsh-type stereoplotter and digital scaler are used to prepare computer data cards. Will be helpful to the designer who uses large digital computers for skyline road design.
|Statement||by Ward W. Carson, Donald D. Studier, and William M. Thomas.|
|Series||USDA Forest Service research note PNW -- 132.|
|Contributions||Studier, Donald D., Thomas, William M., Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. :|
|Number of Pages||13|
This chapter presents place of geomorphometry in contemporary geomorphology. The focus is on discussing digital elevation models (DEMs) that are the primary data source for the analysis. One has described the genesis and definition, main types, data sources and available free global DEMs. Then we focus on landform parameters, starting with primary morphometric parameters, then morphometric Cited by: 4. Context. On-screen digitizing is an interactive process in which a map is created using previously digitized of scanned information. This method of geocoding is commonly called "heads-up" digitizing because the attention of the user is focused up on the screen, and not on a digitizing tablet.
Digitizing Vector Maps. There are two ways of vectorizing maps (AKA digitizing): using a digitizer, digitizing on-screen. In the first case the map is placed on the digitizer, the corners are selected by a mouse click and the respective coordinates entered through the keyboard. The elevation data have been extracted from DEM to generate topographic map of the area and plan water distribution network and location of ESR. The elevation data at nodes were used to make TIN file using 3D analyst. This TIN file was converted to raster dataset to File Size: KB.
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A Kelsh-type stereoplotter and digital scaler are used to prepare computer data cards. Digitizing is the process by which coordinates from a map, image, or other sources of data are converted into a digital format in a GIS. This process becomes necessary when available data is gathered in formats that cannot be immediately integrated with other GIS data.
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