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LiDAR Potential in Kansas: A Land Planning and Emergency Management and Response Perspective. Research Sponsors: NSF EPSCoR K-State Targeted Excellence Presented by: Eric A. Bernard, RLA, ASLA David Nathaniel Kersey, MLA Candidate. LiDAR: Acquisition Project 2006. 15 Partners

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LiDAR Potential in Kansas: A Land Planning and Emergency Management and Response Perspective

Research Sponsors:

NSF EPSCoR

K-State Targeted Excellence

Presented by:

Eric A. Bernard, RLA, ASLA

David Nathaniel Kersey, MLA Candidate


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LiDAR: Acquisition Project 2006

  • 15 Partners

  • Led by USGS Ingrid Landgraf

  • K-State

    • Wildcat Creek Watershed

    • Konza Prairie


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LiDAR: Raw Data

  • Raw Data: LiDAR LAS Points All Returns 3D Points +/- 1,000,000 per km2

  • Capital Building Topeka, KS


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LiDAR: Landscape Models

  • Konza Prairie LTER Site

  • LiDAR Raw Data Processed with LiDAR Explorer 2.0

    ArcScene 9.2 TIN LAS All Returns Illustrating Bare Earth, Vegetation and Structures


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LiDAR: Landscape Models

  • Konza Prairie LTER Site

  • LiDAR Raw Data Processed with LiDAR Explorer 2.0

    NOTE:

    Lagoons, Utility Poles

    ArcScene 9.2 TIN LAS All Returns Illustrating Bare Earth, Vegetation and Structures


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LiDAR: Structures/Vegetation

  • LiDAR Raw Data Processed with LiDAR Explorer 2.0

  • K-State Campus

    NOTE:

    Filter Algorithms for Extracting different Landscape Features

    ArcScene 9.2 TIN LAS All Returns Illustrating Bare Earth, Vegetation and Structures


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LiDAR: Structures

  • Roof TIN Surfaces

    ArcScene 9.2 TIN LiDAR Explorer 2.0 Filter for Buildings on LAS data using Building Polygon Boundary for Selection of Points and TIN Boundary


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LiDAR: Floodplain Models

  • 3D River-Stream Channel and Floodplain


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LiDAR: Floodplain Models

  • 3D River-Stream Channel and Floodplain


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LiDAR: Flood Prediction Models

  • 3D River-Stream Channel and Floodplain


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LiDAR: Flood Prediction Models

Channel Profiles Kansas River

Manhattan, KS

NED 30m

NED 10 m

LiDAR

  • 3D River-Stream Channel and Floodplain


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LiDAR: Input to Map2Map

Map2Map Flood Inundation Model

Inputs:

LiDAR data

Nexrad Doppler Rainfall Stream Gauge data

Hydro Data Model


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LiDAR: Aerosol Models

  • Aerosol Plume Power Plant Lawrence, KS

  • LiDAR LAS Data Processed with LiDAR Explorer 2.0

    NOTE:

    Filter Algorithms for Extracting different Features

    ArcScene 9.2 TIN LAS All Returns Illustrating Bare Earth, Vegetation and Structures


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Contact:

Eric A. Bernard, RLA, ASLA

Associate Professor

Department of Landscape Architecture

Regional and Community Planning

Kansas State University

785-532-3944

785-532-6722 fax

[email protected]

www.growe.ksu.edu

www.gis.ksu.edu/ogallala

www.k-state.edu/ecoforecasting/


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