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Lidar Data Resource Gets Easier to Use
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One of NOAA's most popular information resources is the Digital Coast, which provides a wide range of resources for both the technical user and the policy maker. A recent website upgrade has made this resource even easier to use. A new "Get Data Now" button on the front page provides quicker access for frequent users who want to go straight to the data, including customizable lidar downloads. The top five products for each of the major content categories are also now available from the home page, and the new sorting function on the data and tool pages makes finding the right resource a snap.

Visit the Digital Coast at www.csc.noaa.gov/digitalcoast




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