These images were collected along the Lake Ontario shoreline in the vicinity of Sodus Bay, NY for the purposes of documenting and monitoring lake level change impacts to the lake shoreline. These overlapping aerial images are used within photogrammetric processing software to create point clouds, regional orthomosaics, and digital elevation models.
Comment: Photographs of the Lake Ontario shoreline, Sodus Bay vicinity, New York, USA from survey 2017-042-FA.EXIF tags:
ImageDescription: Photographs of the Lake Ontario shoreline, Sodus Bay vicinity, New York, USA from survey 2017-042-FA. Artist: Sandy Brosnahan Copyright: Public Domain - please credit U.S. Geological SurveyIPTC tags:
Credit: U.S. Geological Survey Contact: WHSC_data_contact@usgs.gov Keywords: Lake Ontario / New York / 2017-042-FA / UAS / aerial imagery / USGS CopyrightNotice: Public Domain - please credit U.S. Geological Survey Caption-Abstract: Photographs of the Lake Ontario shoreline, Sodus Bay vicinity, New York, USA from survey 2017-042-FA.XMP tags:
Caption: Photographs of the Lake Ontario shoreline, Sodus Bay vicinity, New York, USA from survey 2017-042-FA.3. Finally, all the JPEG images were renamed with Namexif ( version 1.7: http://www.digicamsoft.com/softnamexif.html) to ensure unique filenames and compliance with USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program's best practices for image naming convention. Images were renamed with a survey ID prefix followed by a local USGS UID, which corresponds to a distinct UAS project; a camera ID that distinguishes among USGS cameras by make, model, and camera number; the image acquisition date and time in ISO8601 format(UTC; and a suffix with the original image name. For example, image name '2017042FA_U036RI01_20170714T162904Z_A2018661.JPG', 2017042FA is the internal survey ID, U036 is the internal UID, RI01 is the internal camera ID, 20170714 is the UTC date in format YYYYMMDD. A 'T' is used to separate UTC date from UTC time in format HHMMSS followed by a Z, and A2018661 is the original raw photo name appended to the end of the new filename. Person who carried out this activity:
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|Data format:||Zipped files contain geotagged aerial images collected by the U.S. Geological Survey - Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center along Sodus Bay, NY. These data are contained within folders organized by flight number along with the associated metadata and a browse graphic. in format JPEG Size: 9686|
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