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NAIP_2000/NAIP_2000_WM (ImageServer)

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Service Description: The purpose is to provide a seamless raster image for Oregon of the 2000 one-meter orthoimagery. This data depicts physical features on the surface of the earth. It has been constructed to be used for online access. Digital orthoimages serve a variety of purposes, from interim maps to field references for earth science investigations and analysis. The imagery (or extracts from it) may be useful as a layer of a geographic information system and as a tool for revision of digital line graphs and topographic maps. Orthophotos combine the image characteristics of a photograph with the geometric qualities of a map. The primary digital orthophotoquad (DOQ) is a 1-meter ground resolution, quarter-quadrangle (3.75-minutes of latitude by 3.75-minutes of longitude) image cast on the Universal Transverse Mercator Projection (UTM) on the North American Datum of 1983 (NAD83).The geographic extent of the DOQ is equivalent to a quarter-quad plus The overedge ranges a minimum of 50 meters to a maximum of 300 meters beyond the extremes of the primary and secondary corner points. The overedge is included to facilitate tonal matching for mosaicking and for the placement of the NAD83 and secondary datum corner ticks. The normal orientation of data is by lines (rows) and samples (columns). Each line contains a series of pixels ordered from west to east with the order of the lines from north to south. The standard, archived digital orthophoto is formatted as four ASCII header records, followed by a series of 8-bit binary image data records. The radiometric image brightness values are stored as 256 gray levels ranging from 0 to 255. The metadata provided in the digital orthophoto contain a wide range of descriptive information including format source information, production instrumentation and dates, and data to assist with displaying and georeferencing the image. The images have been projected in to the Oregon Geographic Information Council (OGIC) standard projection (Oregon Lambert). A description of the coordinate system is found at: http://gis.oregon.gov.

Name: NAIP_2000/NAIP_2000_WM

Description: The purpose is to provide a seamless raster image for Oregon of the 2000 one-meter orthoimagery. This data depicts physical features on the surface of the earth. It has been constructed to be used for online access. Digital orthoimages serve a variety of purposes, from interim maps to field references for earth science investigations and analysis. The imagery (or extracts from it) may be useful as a layer of a geographic information system and as a tool for revision of digital line graphs and topographic maps. Orthophotos combine the image characteristics of a photograph with the geometric qualities of a map. The primary digital orthophotoquad (DOQ) is a 1-meter ground resolution, quarter-quadrangle (3.75-minutes of latitude by 3.75-minutes of longitude) image cast on the Universal Transverse Mercator Projection (UTM) on the North American Datum of 1983 (NAD83).The geographic extent of the DOQ is equivalent to a quarter-quad plus The overedge ranges a minimum of 50 meters to a maximum of 300 meters beyond the extremes of the primary and secondary corner points. The overedge is included to facilitate tonal matching for mosaicking and for the placement of the NAD83 and secondary datum corner ticks. The normal orientation of data is by lines (rows) and samples (columns). Each line contains a series of pixels ordered from west to east with the order of the lines from north to south. The standard, archived digital orthophoto is formatted as four ASCII header records, followed by a series of 8-bit binary image data records. The radiometric image brightness values are stored as 256 gray levels ranging from 0 to 255. The metadata provided in the digital orthophoto contain a wide range of descriptive information including format source information, production instrumentation and dates, and data to assist with displaying and georeferencing the image. The images have been projected in to the Oregon Geographic Information Council (OGIC) standard projection (Oregon Lambert). A description of the coordinate system is found at: http://gis.oregon.gov.

Single Fused Map Cache: true

Tile Info: Extent: Initial Extent: Full Extent: Pixel Size X: 0.9819310089999995

Pixel Size Y: 0.9819310090000004

Band Count: 1

Pixel Type: U8

RasterFunction Infos: N/A

Mensuration Capabilities: None,Basic

Has Histograms: true

Has Colormap: false

Min Scale: 9244648.868618

Max Scale: 4513.988705

Copyright Text: National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP) under contract for the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for the Farm Service Agency's (FSA). Oregon Imagery Framework Implementation Team.

Service Data Type: esriImageServiceDataTypeGeneric

Min Values: 0

Max Values: 255

Mean Values: 119.85577704649914

Standard Deviation Values: 38.10558805345392

Object ID Field: OBJECTID

Fields: Raster Attribute Table: false

Default Mosaic Method: Northwest

Allowed Mosaic Methods: NorthWest,Center,LockRaster,ByAttribute,Nadir,Viewpoint,Seamline,None

SortField:

SortValue: null

Mosaic Operator: First

Default Compression Quality: 75

Default Resampling Method: Bilinear

Max Record Count: 1000

Max Image Height: 4100

Max Image Width: 15000

Max Download Image Count: 4

Max Mosaic Image Count: 20

Allow Raster Function: true

Raster Type Infos: Has Raster Attribute Table: false

Edit Fields Info: null

Ownership Based AccessControl For Rasters: null

Child Resources:   Info   Histograms   Key Properties

Supported Operations:   Export Image   Query   Identify   Measure   Compute Histograms