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Abstract

An ORTHOPHOTO SITE MAP is a new type of MAP which is constructed from low level aerial<br>photography taken from a blimp and has a wide range of applications for a variety of projects<br>including geophysical, environmental, engineering and wetlands studies. An aerial photo is taken,<br>digitized and overlain with a Cartesian grid. The MAP is scaled to surface features measured at the<br>SITE. Surface features are labeled on the MAP and the MAP is then plotted at the desired scale.<br>The ORTHOPHOTO SITE MAP typically provides higher resolution current information then<br>standard airphotos which are usually taken at a higher altitude and are outdated.

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1999-03-14
2022-01-29
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