2015 LIDAR to inform NEPA
April 23, 2015. Salem BLM
The objective of this one day workshop is to share examples of how LIDAR is being used to inform NEPA analyses on USFS and BLM units. This is not a nuts-and-bolts data processing workshop: it is intended to be more “aspirational and inspirational” -- to excite IDT’s about the possibilities LIDAR opens to understanding our environment and potentially increasing efficiency. It will also be a great opportunity for current users to compare notes!
- Dogami NEPA Conference.ppt
- USFS lidar strategy
- BLM lidar strategy
- LIDAR on the Salem BLM: Logging systems, roads and stream mapping, road layout, forest structure analysis, 3-D visualization -- and more!
- LIDAR on the Coos Bay BLM: Stream inception points, stream shading, large woody debris source areas -- and more!
- Using LIDAR to map stream networks and shade.
- LIDAR on the Siuslaw NF: Understanding hydrological conditions.
- Weighted average stand metrics derived from Rogue Valley LiDAR, correlation plots, and EcoSurvey data.
- Using LIDAR to inform NEPA on the Rogue Siskiyou NF.
- Sucker Creek on the Rogue/Siskiyou
- Using LIDAR to model wildlife habitat: Spotted Owls, Red Tree Voles, and Marbled Murrelets.
- Using Lidar to inform NEPA in Central Oregon.
- Using LIDAR to map non-forest habitats and inform management strategies for an endangered butterfly.
- Using LIDAR in aquatic restoration design: Willamette and Mt. Hood NF’s.