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Oct 12 2007, 08:18
I'm trying to get some DEM data for a valley in southeast Arizona, and when I open the seamless data distribution, it only loads the little red x in the browsing window. This sucks, I was finally figuring out how to make terrain in visitor and now this happens. Any idea what's going on, or an alternate download site I can find free DEMs of the continental US?
What tool do you use for opening the USGS DEM? Or is it some online service with map browser?
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Indeed...... it would be nice to know which area of Arizona specifically and also which site you are using.
I use this:
and global mapper+wilbur+gimp+wilbur+wrptool (for OFP) http://forums.bistudio.com/oldsmileys/smile_o.gif
Oct 12 2007, 16:11
The Seamless distribution center is a web tool with a google-maps-esque interface for selecting and retrieving data for the continental United States. It's got all kinds of vegetation, hydrology, and elevation data, but all I really need it for is the 30m resolution dems. My problem isn't navigating the site, I think it might be broken.
If anybody else can confirm it's broken, that would be great. Otherwise, I might try downloading firefox or mucking around with my browser settings until I unbreak it.
Oct 12 2007, 16:12
Well, nevermind, it WAS broken last night, but now it's fully operational. At least I know it wasn't just me! Sorry I wasn't as descriptive about my problem as I could have been, but thanks for the replies!
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