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Washington Oblique Aerial Photography

Publication number Date Published
17-06-026September 2017
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Author(s) Bobbak Talebi, Hugh Shipman, Michael Levkowitz and Liliana Bastian
Description Ecology has made extensive use of oblique aerial photography to assist in the characterization and management of our shorelines for the last 40 years. This report documents the history of obtaining these images and summarizes Ecology’s 2015-2017 project which reassessed methods for both acquiring photos and for making them readily accessible.
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Keywords air photos, oblique photos, Shorelands and Environmental Assistance, shoreline photos, Washington Oblique aerial photography, Coastal Atlas photos
WEB PAGE Shoreline Photos