Started by Carl, August 25, 2012, 10:59:54 AM
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Quote from: Carl on July 08, 2020, 05:07:47 PMHere's a new heightmap of the New York City metropolitan area. It covers a wider area than previous versions - as well as the five boroughs, you get the whole of Long Island, New Jersey as far as Trenton, New York State as far north as Poughkeepsie, and all of Connecticut except a sliver in the north. The scale is 59 metres per tile.https://www.dropbox.com/s/20cyrdm3wwg6i47/NY-metro.rar?dl=0As well as heightmap data and some data on a few lakes, this also uses real-world bathymetry data for water depths from here. This seems pretty easy to integrate with DEM data using the QGIS method I described recently.I'm hoping to use this map in a project. I know I said that above about a previous one, but I'm more certain this time Here are a couple more screenshots, of the Hudson valley and of lower Manhattan/Jersey City/Brooklyn.