Aerial Photos: Post-Sandy and After Restoration [What’s New]

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NOAA's National Geodetic Survey (NGS) recently collected imagery and topographic/bathymetric Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) data over several New Jersey areas hard-hit by Sandy in 2012. The images will primarily support NOAA nautical chart updates, but will also be used for inundation modeling, coastal zone management and restoration, and as a baseline for future storm impacts and changes in these areas. This latest round of imagery collection follows a series of missions in 2012, during which NGS collected thousands of images of damage along the East Coast immediately following Sandy.

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