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"Hagrid"

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Wonderful maps!
« on: November 14, 2003, 01:09:54 am »

Check out these:

http://granitweb.sr.unh.edu/clv_phase1/viewer.jsp
(don't miss the neat topo and aerial photo stuff!)

http://granitweb.sr.unh.edu/Towers

I'd love to see more info, FSP related, in similar format.
I'm working on it now, would love more help, especially from anyone with GIS experience....

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Re:Wonderful maps!
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2003, 04:26:43 pm »

Great find! I love maps, being a visio-spatial thinker, and would love to see something like EarthViewer combined with a "SimFreeState" type simulation software to visualize New Hampshire'd demographics.  :D
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Re:Wonderful maps!
« Reply #2 on: November 14, 2003, 04:51:04 pm »

Might as well include these links as well: NASA maps!


NASA Earth Maps

Zoomable MrSID Images


WARNING! These files are huge (upwards of 50 MB zipped) and processor intensive. Broadband connection and fast computer required. New Hampshire is covered in 2 files (west/east) I believe.

edit: choose N-19-40.tar (21 MB) for New Hampshire. It's only cropped a bit in the northern region.

You also need the [urlhttp://www.lizardtech.com/]MrSID Viewer[/url] which I think is now called GeoExpress.
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