|2000 Puget Sound LiDAR Consortium (PSLC) Topographic LiDAR: Kitsap Peninsula, Washington
||TerraPoint surveyed and created this data for the Puget Sound LiDAR Consortium under
contract. The area surveyed is approximately 1,146 square miles and covers part of
Kitsap Peninsula, the Seattle area north to the King-Snohomish county border and east
to Snoqualmie. The data is broken down into USGS quarter quads and then into 25 tiles
within each quarter quad. All data was collected during ideal conditions (leaf-off).
The LAS files were derived from all returns ASCII files contain the X,Y,Z values of
all the LiDAR returns collected during the survey mission. The standard GPS time,
scan angle, intensity and return numbers of each point were preserved in the conversion
from ASCII to LAS. The LAS files are unclassified. Futher details are available in
the Process Steps below. This dataset was flown in 2000 with a 50% overlap between
flight lines. Due to the overlap the nominal point spacing of the dataset is 1.0 meter.
Several small areas in this project were reflown in 2002.