What Lies Beneath

Daniel Coe, Washington Geological Survey

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For scientists studying landslides and other natural hazards in the geologically active state of Washington, lidar imagery has become an invaluable new data resource that enables one to literally see Earth’s surface, even in places where trees and vegetation obscure the landscape.

Browse this gallery of Story Maps, web mapping apps, journal articles, and other digital resources supporting the scientific research presented in this chapter of the Esri Press book GIS for Science: Applying Mapping and Spatial Analytics.