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Dear Friends,

Does anyone know if LIDAR DEMs are available for either Bradley, Drew,
Franklin, Independence, Pope, or some combination of these counties. I
am interested in using the data for some potential geomorphic research.

Best Regards,

Paul V. Heinrich

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Try www.usgs.gov

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As a Arkansan, the first two places I would try:

http://www.geostor.a...ov/G6/Home.html

Not sure if they have Lidar data for your counties, but they do have 5m resolution DEMs for the entire state. Another place to search/email would be CAST (http://www.cast.uark.edu/). They are affiliated with the University of Arkansas, and may be able to assist you.

Hope this helps,

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...another person who may be able to help you if you e-mail her is Dr. Guiccione. She is a geomorphologist for the University of Arkansas who does research in the northern AR/TN/MO/KY alluvial plain of the Mississippi River. Furthermore, she always has grad students doing GIS analysis for her in the geosciences' GIS lab. She may have access to data that aren't easily available to the public, I'm just not sure.

Her e-mail:

guccione@uark.edu
http://geosciences.uark.edu/130.htm

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