The State of Oregon has a new site that we recently launched indicating statistics and information about the wildfires that have occurred this year. On this new site, you will find the following information:
Clicking on any of the main cards will take you to the relevant page for that information. Additionally, you have the ability to access key topics by using any of the main links on the top of the page.
This information is being automatically updated based upon available data and will change as we get updates from our partners.
You can access this new page here: https://arcg.is/0e4yy9. It is also linked on our wildfire.oregon.gov website.
DOGAMI has done a major overhaul of their lidar viewer. They also added more lidar data to the services. And in an effort to clean up and organize, they have moved all lidar related services to this directory:
The Oregon Office of Emergency Management is happy to announce a brand new website for you and the public to see and interact with GIS data describing current impacts to the state of Oregon. This new website includes the following in an easy-to-read format:
To check out this new website, please go to: https://oregon-oem-geo.hub.arcgis.com/. We have also updated our OEM website to link to this page directly from the RAPTOR and GIS link on our default website (https://oregon.gov/oem).
The PSU Population Research Center presents the annual
Oregon Census Data Users Conference
Tuesday, October 1, 2019 in Salem
Wednesday, October 2, 2019 in Redmond
Thursday, October 3, 2019 in Portland
The conference is free to the public. However, advance registration is required. A registration form with agendas for each day, speaker bios, and information about a live stream are at:
Agendas are similar each day, so please register for one of the locations for either the morning or afternoon session, or both sessions.
For more information, or if you prefer to register by email, contact Charles Rynerson, email@example.com
If there are others who should know about these workshops, please share this information with them.
The 2018 western Oregon 1ft orthoimagery is finally available! We'll be updating all the supporting Web pages as soon as we can but wanted to let everyone know that they can start streaming the data now.
You can access Web Services to stream the OSIP 2018 imagery from the REST endpoint URL here:
Instructions for consuming Web Services (REST & WMS) can be found here:
(That page will be updated with direct links to the OSIP 2018 data soon.)
Direct download of the imagery is not available. Copies of the data are being provided on request through the Oregon Geospatial Enterprise Office by contacting David Mather, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Oregon Statewide Imagery Program (OSIP) is pleased to provide this advance notice of upcoming changes to Oregon's imagery web services!
The planned Go Live date is October 31st.
Please review the following information and plan accordingly, especially if your web applications or workflows include web services from http://imagery.oregonexplorer.info/arcgis/rest/services
We will be adding:
We will be removing:
For a detailed discussion of what web services have been added and removed, including changes to the Oregon Imagery Explorer, please review the FAQ document available from OSIP's Data web page
For information about the Oregon Statewide Imagery Program visit: https://www.oregon.gov/geo/Pages/imagery.aspx
For information on the various vintages of imagery available visit: https://www.oregon.gov/geo/Pages/imagery_data.aspx
Registration is now open for the annual Oregon Census Data Users Conferences on Wednesday, September 12th in Salem and Thursday, September 13th in Portland.
There will be plenty of capacity in both Portland and Salem, so you are welcome to attend part or all of the day, depending on your schedule and interests. You can find a rough agenda at https://www.pdx.edu/prc/events and below. More details and specific times will be added at that link.
The link to register is https://goo.gl/forms/URzUFR6REeBUTduB3.
Morning: 9:00 am-noon. Rural issues and New Data Tools.
See the recent announcement from Bing/Microsoft about creating 125 million buildings' footprint data and releasing it as open data.
The Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries has launched the Lidar Data Viewer interactive map, which offers additional data and new features that make exploring and downloading lidar easier than ever before.
Visit the viewer: https://gis.dogami.oregon.gov/lidarviewer/
Since the Oregon Lidar Consortium (OLC) was formed in 2007, DOGAMI has collaborated on collection of lidar data with more than 80 partners. The viewer offers OLC data for free download, and now includes data from 18 recent OLC projects.
The newly available data includes:
For more information about the Lidar Data Viewer or the Oregon Lidar Consortium, contact:
Oregon Lidar Consortium Coordinator
On April 1, 2016, NASA's Land Processes Distributed Active Archive Center (LP DAAC) began distributing ASTER Level 1 Precision Terrain Corrected Registered At-Sensor Radiance (AST_L1T) data products over the entire globe at no charge. Global distribution of these data at no charge is a result of a policy change made by NASA and Japan.
The AST_L1T product provides a quick turn-around of consistent GIS-ready data as a multi-file product, which includes a HDF-EOS data file, full-resolution composite images (FRI) as GeoTIFFs for tasked telescopes (e.g., VNIR/SWIR and TIR ), and associated metadata files. In addition, each AST_L1T granule contains related products including low-resolution browse and, when applicable, a Quality Assurance (QA) browse and QA text report.
More than 2.95 million scenes of archived data are now available for direct download through the LP DAAC Data Pool and for search and download through NASA‘s Earthdata Search Client and also through USGS‘ GloVis , and USGS‘ EarthExplorer . New scenes will be added as they are acquired and archived.
ASTER is a partnership between NASA, Japan‘s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Japan, and Japan Space Systems (J-spacesystems ).
Visit the LP DAAC ASTER Policy Change Page to learn more about ASTER. Subscribe to the LP DAAC listservfor future announcements.