Spring Aerial Imagery of Northeast Minnesota: May 2009
High-resolution orthophotography was collected for the Arrowhead Region of Minnesota in Spring 2009. Imagery details:
- Leaf-off; four bands (red, green, blue, and near-infrared)
- The base resolution is one-half meter (50-centimeters). With partner contributions for enhanced resolution, however, about 40% of the 15,000 square-mile project area was collected at 1-foot resolution (30 centimeters).
- Available only via WMS (web mapping service) not download, due to large file size
Project brochure (2
p., 570K, PDF)
Half-meter (50 cm) Resolution Photos
These photos cover Cook, Lake and St. Louis counties, plus a portion of northern Carlton County.
One-foot (30 cm) Resolution Photos
These photos cover the Big Fork and Little Fork River Watersheds (most of Koochiching County, portions of northern Itasca County, central St. Louis County) and the Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin area.
The imagery was collected through a multi-agency collaborative
effort headed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources with
contributions from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, St. Louis County, and
the U.S. Geological Survey.
|Steve Kloiber, Project Coordinator
National Wetlands Inventory Update
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
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