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Ben's Branch, Stephen Creek
Another block of 20 tiles is now online, just below the last row, starting around Tuckerton Road and going East to the Bombing Range.

Hawkins Bridge Campsite
https://lidar.boydsmaps.com/#x102y051/ortho/-176/408/-592/-177/3/-106/275/431/1686/100/1.5/3d

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Oswego River
https://lidar.boydsmaps.com/#x107y052/shader/0/1368/0/0/0/0/1686/431/-1020/82/2.5/2d

oswego.jpg


NJPB LIDAR map of the same location, for comparison:
https://maps.njpinebarrens.com/#lat=39.702862&lng=-74.501851&z=16&type=lidar&gpx=


Here's an updated coverage map

coverage.jpg
 
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Pines; Bamber area
Yes, that is a wild area; Bass River headwaters. PBX did a trip there in like 2002. Very interesting. I may do that trip again someday.
 
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Just uploaded 20 new tiles in the area between Bulltown and Route 563. Here's an updated site coverage map.

coverage.jpg



Bulltown
https://lidar.boydsmaps.com/#x099y058/ortho/-94/504/882/52/-7/415/1961/333/-314/100/1.5/3d

bulltown.jpg



Here's a topo of the area around Bull Creek and the Batona Trail
https://lidar.boydsmaps.com/#x101y058/topo/0/1300/0/0/0/0/-1333/412/-1686/82/1.5/2d

topo.jpg



The shaded terrain reveals a feature that doesn't really show on the topo or my old LIDAR maps. Notice the meandering narrow ridge in the northern half of this image - looks like it was squeezed out of a toothpaste tube. If you look at the elevation while you drag the map around, you'll see that it's only about 8 feet higher than the surrounding terrain. Would love to hear what @Spung-Man can tell us about this. :)

https://lidar.boydsmaps.com/#x101y058/shader/0/1300/0/0/0/0/-1333/412/-1686/82/1.5/2d

bullCreek.jpg


Here's the NJPB LIDAR map for comparison
https://maps.njpinebarrens.com/#lat=39.6476&lng=-74.573562&z=16&type=lidar&gpx=

And LIDAR in the Pines HD
https://online.boydsmaps.com/#16/39.6476/-74.5736/lidarHD

It is visible on these maps, but not nearly as obvious. The macro-shading of my new LIDAR maps uses the full "rainbow" of colors for each tile, accentuating elevation changes.
 
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Here's two dozen more tiles that cover from Hampton Furnace to Hampton Gate.

The mountains of Hampton Gate
https://lidar.boydsmaps.com/#x092y041/ortho/566/463/-695/116/7/-256/-1569/706/1725/100/2.5/3d

hamptonGate.jpg



The hill that is seen in the foreground is an interesting feature. Looks like a big pile of dirt, but I assume it's a natural feature(?)
https://lidar.boydsmaps.com/#x092y041/shader/417/148/-396/210/7/-542/-1216/706/-2000/73/2/3d

pile.jpg




Hampton Furnace
https://lidar.boydsmaps.com/#x092y045/topo/0/1440/0/0/0/0/1333/392/-1333/100/2.5/2d

The dark topo really shows how the parcels don't align with the true position of the roads. There are many examples like this in Wharton, and I assume it's because the parcel map was created from USGS 24k topo maps, which aren't very accurate.

topo.jpg



Lots of detail to digest here when you zoom in. :)
https://lidar.boydsmaps.com/#x092y045/shader/0/1440/0/0/0/0/1333/392/-1333/100/2.5/2d

hamptonFurnace.jpg


The NJPB LIDAR map for comparison. Another example where you'd be hard-pressed to realize it's the same location.
https://maps.njpinebarrens.com/#lat=39.767538&lng=-74.680967&z=16&type=lidar&gpx=
 
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