20K DEM

Taber

A Digital Elevation Model (DEM) is a digital representation of ground surface topology or relief. The 20K DEM contains three dimensional spatial ground elevation masspoints, which are spot elevation points, hard breaklines, which include cliffs, ridges, peaks, and bodies of standing water, and soft breaklines that include all other hydrographic features.

These coordinate files were compiled in 1980 - 1995 with 1:60 000 scale air photography and can be imported into external software for the generation of 3D renderings and 3D surface analysis.

Metadata

  • Data Provider

    AltaLIS Ltd.

  • Contributors

    Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta

  • Coverage

    Full coverage of Taber AOI

  • Currency

  • Product Type

    Raster

  • Format

    ASCII

  • Projection

    10TM

  • Accuracy

    Absolute accuracy determined by Alberta Survey Control Markers, and relative accuracy (depending on terrain) of +/- 5 meters for X,Y & Z

  • Other Specifications

    NAD83, NAD_1983_10TM_AEP_Forest, reference meridian of 115, 500000 Easting

  • Publisher

    Alberta Data Partnerships

  • Data License

    Open Data Areas Data License

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