• Environmental Science, Computer Science
  • Published in DG.O 2005

Vertical datum conversion in the Lake Erie coastal area

@inproceedings{Zhou2005VerticalDC,
  title={Vertical datum conversion in the Lake Erie coastal area},
  author={Feng Zhou},
  booktitle={DG.O},
  year={2005}
}
Seamless integration of land-elevation and water-depth information in coastal environments is required in many geospatial applications and decision-making processes. Vertical datum conversion is the central component of the integration process. This study introduces a methodology of vertical datum conversion in Lake Erie, which utilizes the public published models and toolkits developed by National Geodetic Survey (NGS) to form a new transformation system. In this research, a system of vertical… CONTINUE READING

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