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Environment Agency LiDAR - open data

"From September 2015 all our LIDAR data will become Open Data and everyone will be able to use it for free."

Although primarily used for flood risk assessment, there will be lots of archaeology to see.
thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
16th July 2015ce

Comments (3)

Really looking forward to this, though not many uplands from the description of what the 72% of land they have lidared covers. juamei Posted by juamei
17th July 2015ce
Yep, looks fascinating. There's probably a lot of semi-buried lowland sites that will show up. The big win for me would be LiDAR scans of woodland areas, there's so much stuff hidden there. thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
19th July 2015ce
I'm hoping for any of the Peaks moors, but they may be a little too upland. juamei Posted by juamei
19th July 2015ce
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