Visible light imaging

Remote sensing methods using electromagnetic radiation which is visible to the human eye to react with the coating on a photographic plate or film.
This category is also used for satellite photography.
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Overlapping lakebed images collected near Dollar Point, Lake Tahoe, CA, March 10 and 11, 2021

Underwater images were collected near Dollar Point, Lake Tahoe, CA, using a recently developed towed-surface vehicle with multiple downward-looking underwater cameras. The images are organized in zipped files grouped by survey line. The SQUID-5 system records images as TIFF (.tif) format to maintain the highest resolution and bit depth. Each image includes EXIF metadata, containing GNSS date, time, and latitude and longitude of the GNSS antenna mounted on the towed surface vehicle, copyright, keywords, and ...

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GNSS locations of lakebed images collected near Dollar Point, Lake Tahoe, CA, March 10 and 11, 2021

This text file (2021-607-FA_Image_Locations.txt) provides the GNSS antenna location for underwater images collected near Dollar Point, Lake Tahoe, CA, using a recently developed towed-surface vehicle with multiple downward-looking underwater cameras. The GNSS antenna location for the time of each image capture is presented with greater precision than is stored in the individual image’s EXIF header due to decimal place limitations of the EXIF format.

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Point cloud data of Lake Tahoe near Dollar Point

Three-dimensional point clouds (LAZ format) were developed from underwater images collected near Dollar Point in Lake Tahoe, California, and processed using Structure-from-Motion (SfM) photogrammetry techniques. Point cloud data include x,y,z positions, RGB colors, Metashape-computed confidence values, and a two-class classification ('unclassified' and 'high noise') derived from the confidence values. LAZ is an open format developed for the efficient use of point cloud lidar data. A description of the LAZ ...

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Orthoimagery of Lake Tahoe near Dollar Point

Lakebed orthoimagery was developed from underwater images collected near Dollar Point in Lake Tahoe, California, and processed using Structure-from-Motion (SfM) photogrammetry techniques. The orthoimages were developed using both image-mosaic and image-averaging methods, which were then output as 5-mm resolution rasters. In general, the "Mosaic" product is somewhat sharper in resolution but will include some distinct seam lines and noticeable differences in image quality across the image. The "Average" ...

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Bathymetric digital elevation model (DEM) of Lake Tahoe near Dollar Point

Underwater images collected near Dollar Point in Lake Tahoe, California, were processed using Structure-from-Motion (SfM) photogrammetry techniques into a classified 3D point cloud. The DEM was derived in Metashape (ver. 1.6.4) from the point cloud, but it excludes the 'high noise' class. The DEM data were output as a geoTIFF raster at 25-mm resolution.

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Overlapping seabed images collected at Eastern Dry Rocks coral reef, Florida, 2021

Underwater images totaling 138,733 in number were collected at Eastern Dry Rocks coral reef, near Key West, Florida, in May 2021, using the SQUID5 Structure-from-Motion (SfM) system, a towed-surface vehicle with five downward-looking underwater cameras developed by the U.S. Geological Survey. The images are organized in zipped files grouped by survey line. The SQUID-5 records images as TIFF (.tif) format to maintain the highest resolution and bit depth. Each image includes EXIF metadata, containing GNSS ...

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Point cloud data of Eastern Dry Rocks coral reef, Florida, 2021

A three-dimensional point cloud (LAZ format) was developed from underwater images collected at Eastern Dry Rocks coral reef near Key West, Florida, in May 2021 using the SQUID-5 camera system and processed using Structure-from-Motion (SfM) photogrammetry techniques. Point cloud data include x,y,z positions, RGB colors, Metashape-computed confidence values, and a two-class classification ('unclassified' and 'low noise') derived from the confidence values. LAS (and its compressed form, LAZ) is an open format ...

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GNSS locations of seabed images collected at Eastern Dry Rocks coral reef, Florida, 2021

This text file (SQUID5_EDR_2021_Image_Locations.txt) provides the GNSS antenna location for underwater images collected at Eastern Dry Rocks coral reef, near Key West, Florida, in May 2021, using the SQUID5 Structure-from-Motion (SfM) system, a towed-surface vehicle with five downward-looking underwater cameras developed by the U.S. Geological Survey. The GNSS antenna location for the time of each image capture is presented with greater precision than is stored in the individual image's EXIF header due to ...

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Bathymetric digital elevation model (DEM) of Eastern Dry Rocks coral reef, Florida, 2021

A digital elevation model (DEM) was created from underwater images collected at Eastern Dry Rocks coral reef near Key West, Florida, in May 2021 using the SQUID-5 camera system. The underwater images were processed using Structure-from-Motion (SfM) photogrammetry techniques into a classified two-class ('unclassified' and 'low noise') 3D point cloud. The DEM was derived in Metashape (ver. 1.6.5) from the point cloud, but it excludes the 'low noise' class. The DEM covers a rectangular area of seafloor ...

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Coast Train--Labeled imagery for training and evaluation of data-driven models for image segmentation

Coast Train is a library of images of coastal environments, annotations, and corresponding thematic label masks (or ‘label images’) collated for the purposes of training and evaluating machine learning (ML), deep learning, and other models for image segmentation. It includes image sets from both geospatial satellite, aerial, and UAV imagery and orthomosaics, as well as non-geospatial oblique and nadir imagery. Images include a diverse range of coastal environments from the U.S. Pacific, Gulf of Mexico, ...

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Orthoimagery of Eastern Dry Rocks coral reef, Florida, 2021

A seabed orthoimage was developed from underwater images collected at Eastern Dry Rocks coral reef near Key West, Florida, in May 2021 using the SQUID-5 camera system. The underwater images were processed using Structure-from-Motion (SfM) photogrammetry techniques. The orthoimage covers a rectangular area of seafloor approximately 800x160 meters (0.12 square kilometers) in size, and it was created using image-mosaicking methods and saved as a tiled, 5-mm resolution raster.

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