The Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries has launched the LIDAR Data Viewer interactive map, which offers additional data and new features that make exploring and downloading LIDAR easier than ever before.
Visit the viewer: https://gis.dogami.
Since the Oregon LIDAR Consortium (OLC) was formed in 2007, DOGAMI has collaborated on collection of LIDAR data with more than 80 partners. The viewer offers OLC data for free download, and now includes data from 18 recent OLC projects.
The newly available data includes:
- Lane County: 3,226 square miles. Covers portion of Douglas, Lane, Deschutes, Benton, Linn, Jefferson, Lincoln and Marion County. Consortium members include Lane County, City of Eugene and Springfield, Emerald People’s Utility District, Lane Council of Governments, Weyerhaeuser as well as Bureau of Land Management and the USGS.
- Metro: 1,240 square miles. The Metro project was a lidar and imagery collection that brought together over 30 different regional, local and state agencies that needed new elevation data covering the Portland Metro region. The project covers a small portion of Clatsop, Columbia, Hood River, Yamhill and Marion County as well as large portions of Washington, Multnomah and Clackamas County.
- Clackamol: 709 square miles. Covers portions of Clackamas and Marion County. The project was funded by USGS, National Resource Conservation Service (NRCS), Bureau of Land Management, Weyerhaeuser and Portland General Electric.
- Ochoco West: 474 square miles. Covers portion of Crook County. The data was supported by contributions from USDA Forest Service.
- And data from OLC projects: Green Peter, Big Windy 2013 and Big Windy 2015, Crooked Ochoco, Scappoose, Umatilla YST, Lower Malheur, Panther Creek 2015, Wasco, Four Rivers, Harney Basin, Wallowa 3DEP, Upper Rogue 3DEP, and Upper Umpqua 3DEP.
For more information about the LIDAR Data Viewer or the Oregon LIDAR Consortium, contact:
Oregon Lidar Consortium Coordinator