Highest hit digital surface model (DSM), Livengood Quadrangle
Hubbard, T.D., Braun, M.L., Westbrook, R.E., and Gallagher, P.E., 2011, High-resolution lidar data for infrastructure corridors, Livengood Quadrangle, Alaska, in Hubbard, T.D., Koehler, R.D., and Combellick, R.A., High-resolution lidar data for Alaska infrastructure corridors: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Raw Data File 2011-3K. https://doi.org/10.14509/23023
Layer Name: metadata
Layer Description: metadata files, read me files and reports
Layer Name: hh
Layer Description: The highest-hit DSMs represent the earth's surface with all vegetation and human-made structure
This metadata file was written to document and describe, as a whole, all of the highest-hit digital surface model files generated for this project. The highest-hit download package also includes the original metadata provided by Watershed Sciences, Inc. These metadata files may provide additional useful information that is specific to each file. The metadata files provided by Watershed Sciences, Inc. have not been reviewed for accuracy or compliance with FGDC standards. In addition to information found in the metadata files, specific information about accuracy and quality of lidar data can be found in quality control reports provided by DOGAMI and delivery reports provided by Watershed Sciences, Inc. Individual reports were provided for each delivery set and have been combined by DGGS into comprehensive quality control and delivery reports. These documents are organized according to how data were delivered to DGGS. A description of how information pertaining to downloadable files can be found in the quality control and delivery reports is located in the directory with the reports. The DGGS metadata standard extends the FGDC standard to include several elements that are required to facilitate internal data management. These elements (referred to as 'layers') relate individual data items to a common dataset. This dataset describes a single layer titled:
>hh The highest-hit DSMs represent the earth's surface with all vegetation and human-made structures included.
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