Eleven of thirteen East-Central Minnesota counties were flown Spring
2010 for high-resolution 4-band digital imagery from which stereo and ortho-rectified data products will be produced.
Surdex Corporation began flying on April 7. Due to early spring weather, flights were curtailed after April 18. All areas postponed from 2010 were acquired Spring 2011: Goodhue and Rice counties; downtown St. Paul (reflown to minimize building lean); and stereo imagery at 0.5-meter resolution for Dakota, Goodhue, Rice and Scott counties.
The 2010 imagery is
MnGeo's WMS service.
The project is being funded by the Minnesota Department of
Natural Resources, the Metropolitan Council, the National
Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the Metropolitan Mosquito Control
District. MnGeo is managing federal and vendor contracts and interagency
|Steve Kloiber, Project Coordinator
National Wetlands Inventory Update
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
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