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Topic # 80005 25-Mar-2011 14:00
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From the stuff website.


The public can now access the same high qualitiy aerial imagery of Christchurch that Police, Civil Defence, and other emergency services have been using to assess damage to the area.

The imagery of the city was taken on 24 February..

Here is the link. 

 http://koordinates.com/layer/3185-christchurch-post-earthquake-aerial-photos-24-feb-2011/

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  Reply # 451846 25-Mar-2011 17:47
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why is it, when you go to get the map they will only post it out?

thanks for the link :)



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  Reply # 451847 25-Mar-2011 17:51
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Yeah I wondered that. It is a rather large 8GB file. You can crop certain areas and download that as a jpeg.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 452154 26-Mar-2011 19:03
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Incredible shots aye!



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  Reply # 452189 26-Mar-2011 20:17
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Yeah I used them to check out Redcliff's school. They had just built a wall at the back which stopped the rocks from rolling into the school. From the photos it looks very effective.

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