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Airborne Lidar Processing System (ALPS) Workshop Photos

Instructor: Jamie Bonisteel (Jacobs Technology/USGS)

Jamie Bonisteel (Jacobs Technology/USGS) teaches ALPS software to a group of 14 attendees.

Jamie Bonisteel (Jacobs Technology/USGS) teaches ALPS software to a group of 14 attendees.
(Photographer: Renee Koenig - Jacobs Technology/USGS)

Mark Adams (National Park Service, Cape Cod National Seashore) and Dennis Skidds (National Park Service, Northeast Coastal & Barrier Inventory & Monitoring Network)

Mark Adams (National Park Service, Cape Cod National Seashore) and Dennis Skidds (National Park Service, Northeast Coastal & Barrier Inventory & Monitoring Network) work together to convert their data from ellipsoid heights (WGS84) to orthometric heights (NAD83 to NAVD88) using the GEOID03 model.
(Photographer: Renee Koenig - Jacobs Technology/USGS)

Jamie Bonisteel (Jacobs Technology/USGS) reminds the group that their final data must first be converted to .xyz or .las format before they create the Digital Elevation Models (DEMs).

Jamie Bonisteel (Jacobs Technology/USGS) reminds the group that their final data must first be converted to .xyz or .las format before they create the Digital Elevation Models (DEMs).
(Photographer: Emily Klipp - Jacobs Technology/USGS)

Xan Yates (Jacobs Technology/USGS) reviews her ALPS manual.

Xan Yates (Jacobs Technology/USGS) reviews her ALPS manual.
(Photographer: Renee Koenig - Jacobs Technology/USGS)

ALPS workshop instructor, Jamie Bonisteel (JacobsTechnology/USGS) helps Mark Adams (National Park Service, Cape Cod National Seashore) with batch processing of lidar data.

ALPS workshop instructor, Jamie Bonisteel (JacobsTechnology/ USGS) helps Mark Adams (National Park Service, Cape Cod National Seashore) with batch processing of lidar data.
(Photographer: Renee Koenig - Jacobs Technology/USGS)

Christina Hebert (USGS) practices determining roll bias of her example data set.

Christina Hebert (USGS) practices determining roll bias of her example data set.
(Photographer: Renee Koenig - Jacobs Technology/USGS)

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