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The amusement piers in Seaside Heights have been significantly damaged. Funtown Pier partially destroyed. A roller coaster at Casino Pier can be seen sitting in the surf. Two buildings at the end of the Pier are entirely gone. For those … Continue reading
NOAA‘s web viewer of post-Hurricane Sandy imagery is now live. Many portions of the Jersey Shore received incredible damage. Below are some before and after pictures compiled from the viewer. I’m hoping to get NJ’s March 2012 imagery available as … Continue reading
OIT has made the 1974 statewide aerial photography available via their WMS service. WMS: http://njwebmap.state.nj.us/njimagery Civil Solutions was the contractor that assembled the source imagery and prepared the seamless dataset for OIT. What I find amazing about the data is … Continue reading
NearMap has released an interactive map showing the imagery acquired this week of the flooding around Brisbane. 2cm imagery, less than a week old, available around the world through the internet. Pretty soon, laughing about how some fools think the … Continue reading
There is a wealth of GIS data available throughout the state, and that massive amount of data is getting easier to use. Continue reading
Before Google Earth 5 had come out, I had commented to a few people that the dates for the aerial photos (which used to be displayed in the bottom center of the screen) were way off for New Jersey. The … Continue reading
“Back in my day, we had to wait years for grainy aerial photographs taken from a biplane.” CNN has satellite imagery of the crowd gathered on the Mall for today’s inauguration. The images are from GeoEye, who not only have … Continue reading
From the Daily Record: On Tuesday, just as dusk settles, a dozen hilltops covering 108 miles from Beacon, N.Y., to Princeton will be illuminated with bright spotlights to mark the day 225 years ago when the last British troops boarded … Continue reading
With all the recent news about cattle orienting themselves in cardinal directions (and the debate on the story’s veracity) I found it more interesting that the researchers used Google Earth to find oriented photography, instead of say, going out and … Continue reading
Microsoft recently posted another episode on Channel 9 dealing with the UltraCam. Three interviews and some in-flight footage of the camera.