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USGS Provides Mapping Tool for Field Photographs

The USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) made part of its collection of field photographs publicly available in the Land Cover Trends Field Photo Map portal. The full collection has more than 33,000 geographically referenced field photos and associated keywords describing the land-use and land-cover change processes happening. Nearly 13,000 of these will be free online, with more being added as processed photos become available.

“This is a treasure trove of royalty and copyright-free photography collected using consistent procedures,” says Chris Soulard, project leader and USGS research geographer. “We envision that these photos will captivate general audiences and fulfill a myriad of scientific needs.”

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