Seeing things more clearly: NOAA employs a new approach to aerial imagery for Hurricane Arthur

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On the morning of July 4th, 2014, less than 12 hours after Hurricane Arthur roared up the coast of North Carolina and Virginia, NOAA's National Geodetic Survey began flying survey missions to take aerial photographs to document damage, erosion, and potential impacts to navigation. This collection of coastline imagery, now available online, employs new photographic techniques that NGS experts expect will lead to more comprehensive post-storm surveys in the future.

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