LiDAR Point Cloud of Bombay Hook | John Callahan
Delaware Geological Survey – Staff
Aerial LiDAR (Landscape)
Tens of millions of LiDAR points, flown in early 2014, make up this perspective image of Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, along the Delaware Bay coast in Kent County. View looking north into the tidal marsh. Blue colored areas represent lower elevations; green colored areas represent higher elevations. Each point is located and colored based on its elevation. Trees and man-made features, taller than the low vegetation of the marsh (blues) and agricultural fields (greens), stand out with colors of red to black.
Produced in collaboration with Daniel Warner, Delaware Geological Survey.