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Aerial Photographs and Imagery

CoverageYear(s)SourceFlight Line #1Download FreeAll HawaiiUSGSkmzdpiKahuku Ranch, Puu O Keokeo, Alika Cone, Sulphur Cone, Mauna Loa, Puu Kinikini, Punaluu, Naalehu, Pahala, Wood Valley, Kipuka PakekakeUSGSkmzdpiKahuku Ranch, Puu O Keokeo, Alika Cone, Sulphur Cone, Mauna Loa, Puu Kinikini, Punaluu, Naalehu, Pahala, Wood Valley, Kipuka PakekakeUSGSkmzdpiPahala, Naliikakani PointUSGSkmzdpiPahala, Naliikakani Point, Kau Desert, Wood Valley, Kipuka Pakekake, Kilauea CraterUSGSkmzdpiPuu Lehua, Kaunene, Puu Pohakuloa, Papa, Puu O Keokeo, Alika Cone, Sulphur Cone, Puu O Uo, Kokoolau, Mauna Loa, Puu Kinikini, Punaluu, Pahala, Wood Valley, Kipuka Pakekake, Puu UlaulaUSGSkmzdpiPuu Pohakuloa, Papa, Pohue Bay, Kahuku Ranch, Puu O Keokeo, Alika Cone, Puu Kinikini, Punaluu, NaalehuUSGSkmzdpiWaikoloa Ponds, Hilo, Mountain View, Puu Makaala, Volcano, KalaluaUSDAkmzdpiPuu Koli, Puu Oo, Waikoloa Ponds, Kulani, Puu Ulaula, Kokoolau, Mauna Loa, Kipuku Pakekake, Kilauea CraterUSDAkmzdpiPuu Lehua, Puu O Uo, Kokoolau, Mauna Loa, Sulphur Cone, Kaunene, Puu Pohakuloa, Alika Cone, Puu KinikiniUSDAkmzdpiKeahole Point, Kailua, Hualalai, Kealakekua, Puu Lehua, Puu O Uo, Sulphur Cone, Kaunene, HonaunauUSDAkmzdpiHonaunau, Kaunene, Puu Pohakuloa, Kauluoa Point, Milolii, PapaUSDAkmzdpiPuu Pohakuloa, Papa, Pohue Bay, Kahuku Ranch, Puu O Keokeo, Alika ConeUSDAkmzdpiKa Lae, Naalehu, Punaluu, Pahala, Naliikakani PointUSDAkmzdpiManuka Bay, Milolii, Papa, Pohue BayUSDAkmzdpiPapa, Pohue Bay, Puu Hou, K Lae, Kahuku Ranch, Puu O Keokeo, Punaluu, NaalehuUSDAkmzdpiKealakekua, Honaunau, Kauluoa Point, Milolii, Manuka Bay, Pohue Bay, Papa, Puu Pohakuloa, Kaunene, Puu Lehua, Puu O Uo, Sulphur Cone, Alika Cone, Puu O Keokeo, Kahuku Ranch, Puu Hou, Ka Lae, Naalehu, Punaluu, Puu Kinikini, Mauna Loa, Kokoolau, Puu Ulaula, Kipuka Pakekake, Wood Valley, PahalaUSGSkmzdpiKealakekua, HonaunauNOAAkmzdpiHonaunauNOAAkmzdpi
Sours: https://guides.library.manoa.hawaii.edu/aerials/digital

Satellite Image of Hawaii

Hawaii Satellite Image - View Cities, Rivers, Lakes & Environment

This is a Landsat GeoCover satellite image map of Hawaii. Cities, rivers, lakes, mountains and other features shown in this image include:

Hawaii Cities:

Hilo, HI
Honolulu, HI
Kahului, HI
Kailua, HI
Waimea, HI

Hawaii Rivers, Lakes, Water Features:

Anahulu River
Salt Lake
Wailuku River
Waita Reservoir

Other Prominent Hawaii Features:

Kilauea Crater
Kohala Mountains
Ko'olau Range
Makaleha Mountains
Southwest Rift Zone
Wai'anae Range
Waimea Canyon


More Satellite Images

Copyright information: The images on this page were composed by Angela King and are copyright by Geology.com. These images are not available for use beyond our websites. If you would like to share them with others, please link to this page. The satellite image was produced using Landsat data from NASA.

Sours: https://geology.com/satellite/hawaii-satellite-image.shtml
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State of Hawai‘i - Imagery

See also: Hawai‘i Island Imagery

Satellite: LandSat / MODIS

  • LandSat scene map for the islands.  As you can see, it takes 4 scenes to cover the Big Island, 2 for Oahu, and only 1 for each of the other islands:
  • In June , ordered EarthSat GeoCover NaturalVue (LandSat 15m merge) for the islands.
    • The full uncompressed size of the five tiles is GB.
    • A thumbnail view:
    • Image quality is variable - great in some areas, rather strange color in other areas.
    • There is a lot of cloud cover, including a significant amount of each island.
  • a stunning MODIS image of the whole state (m, true color, not georeferenced?)
  • Hawaii IKONOS Consortium
    • the consortium "amalgamates resources from a number of stakeholders to procure digital, orthorectified, multispectral and pan sharpened color IKONOS (Space Imaging) satellite imagery of the eight main islands of Hawai`i."
    • if you become a member, you can order imagery from onwards at 'special rates'
    • it costs between $ to $ to join

Aerial: USGS/USDA (NRCS/APFO) NAPP/DOQ (esp. "Emerge")

  • According to the US federal websites, there is no NAPP or DOQ (yet) for the state.  However, the situation is far more complicated than that.  There do exist:
    1. A set of greyscale OrthoQuads from with partial coverage of the state.
    2. A set of greyscale DOQ from with complete coverage of the state, which are derived from NIMA products and are hence not public domain.  They are, however, apparently used internally by USGS to update their DRG/DLG.
    3. A project by the USDA to gather real NAPP/DOQ for all the islands: see The history of the USDA/Emerge imagery

Where to get it:

  • To get the Emerge CIR imagery resampled into huge files, one per island, look on the USGS Hawaii Data Clearinghouse.  However, note that they did a "color space merge" for a "continuous color tone", which mangles the RGB values so that they no longer correspond to the original bands.  This prevents one from doing any reasonable approximate recreation of truecolor.
  • To get the CIR Emerge original tiles, you'll need to politely ask some federal employees.  It's best if you understand the history first.  I have the incomplete copy of the tiles which I received on DVD from USGS.  See VTP Collection of Hawaii Emerge Tiles.

A separate initiative:

  • August a DigitalGlobe press release claims they will produce "DOQQ" not from aerial photos, but from the QuickBird satellite
    • Strangely, they are not being delivered to the USGS but instead to State officials
    • mentioned is Craig Tasaka, of the state of Hawaii's Office of Planning
    • apparently this is a closed commercial license, not public data like normal DOQ
    • what became of this?  did it go ahead, in parallel with the Hawaii IKONOS Consortium?

US Army Corps of Engineers DOQQ

  • In , the US ACE produced a set of 'DOQQ' for the islands, which are similar to USGS DOQQ, except that some (false) color information is present.  The metadata credits the USDA-NRCS as the source of the data, so they are definitely based on the Emerge aerials.  These DOQQs can be found for the Big Island on the PDC server or for the other islands by starting at their Data Explorer and Browse down through e.g. Home > data > hawaiian_islands > (island) > raster > doq
  • The coverage has most of the same gaps as the Emerge data.  For comparison, here is the 'DOQQ' coverage for the Big Island side by side with the Emerge tiles that i've been able to locate as of

NOAA Aerial Photographs of Hawai‘i

  • a set of georeferenced truecolor aerial photos of coastal areas, mostly meter resolution
  • color space is inconsistent, and some are fairly cloudy
  • found these images in MrSID format in September , linked from the Hawai‘i State GIS site, credited to NOAA, and they are hosted on the NOAA server, although i couldn't find mention of them on the NOAA site, and by the end of they had vanished
  • didn't find any index maps, so i produced these coverage snapshots:
  • also: Benthic Habitat Mapping of Main Hawaiian Islands  - Hawaii Image Finder
    • has (had?) the original images used to produce the above shoreline composites
    • they look like 9x9inch photo scans of Air Survey Hawaii imagery, nicely scanned
    • much higher resolution and better color than the MrSID strips, but completely unrectified

Other Imagery

  • UH Manoa MAGIS
    • The Aerial Photographs Viewer provides access to a state-wide catalog of (mostly old, historical, s/s) aerial photos. Some are georeferenced; many are not.
  • TerraPACTerraPAC Imagery
    • Founded recently  () with the goal of bringing fast, high-resolution, affordable imagery to the Hawai'i market.
    • They fly an efficient plane, using a digital SLR with attached laptop so they can acquire huge imagery continuously.
    • Although based in Haleiwa (Oahu), they should be able to reach the other islands easily.
  • Air Flight Service (AFS)
    • Reported in "A California company that came to Hawaii several years ago to do a specific job and have stayed ever since. They have a very modern up to date digital camera (Lidar) in their plane and they are located right behind where Air Survey Hawaii was. They have a permanent staff out here in Hawaii.  The person to call is Jack Barcelona, "
  • Hawaii Aviation - Air Survey Dept.
    • In October , Hawaii Aviation Contract Services, Inc. (HACS) bought the assets of Air Survey Hawai‘i, which was apparently the only air survey company in Hawaii from to
      • Air Survey Hawai‘i was a relatively low-tech company in Honolulu, no website or email, no digital delivery - just photographic prints.
      • Claimed complete infrared coverage of the islands, but only partial visible coverage.
      • Standard aerial photo size is 9" x 9"; like most aerial photos, they have no georegistration at all.
    • According to the new company, "The business of delivering digital files and photos from the extensive library of negatives continues. The library contains imagery (B&W, CIR & Natural Color) that goes back to and it's content continues to grow with new imagery. Acquiring imagery for topography mapping projects is also among the services that we provide."
    • Contact: Peter Gonsalves - Operations Manager, 22 Lagoon Dr., Honolulu, HI , () , [email protected]
    • The Hawaii Aviation website doesn't have any information about their Air Survey activities, yet.
  • DigitalGlobe (commercial hi-res satellite imagery vendor)
    • From onwards, DigitalGlobe's catalog contains many hi-res images of Hawaii.  These have been licensed by Google, to provide an incomplete but impressive coverage in Google Maps and Google Earth.
    • A typical image from the DigitalGlobe archive states:
      Pan resolution: meters
      Multi Resolution meters
    • The visible resolution quality appears even better than those specs (looks like sub-meter truecolor aerial).
    • However, Google's license of DigitalGlobe's images is exclusive (! ) at least for online display.  That means nobody but Google can use them in their full resolution.  We can access them through Google Earth / Google Maps, but not any other way.
    • Horizontal accuracy
      • The registration accuracy varies from one set of DigitalGlobe imagery to another.
      • For example, for the area near my house in Ahualoa, relative to a fully-accurate surveyed position:
        The imagery in Google Earth is 12 meters South
        The imagery in Google Earth is meters Southwest
  • SPOT Statewide Purchase
    • in November , a special deal was negotiated to make cloud-free coverage of the entire state available for around $5, from SPOT
    • the deal was never entirely finished
    • the State GIS site indicates that SPOT is still in the process of filling in the statewide database
    • status: according to TerraSystems, SPOT raised the price from $5k to $40k, and delivered very poor quality data, the state and other parties are still getting occasional updates
  • Geo InSight provides all types of imagery along with their business of GIS consulting and training
    • they are involved in an initiative to establish a "Public/Private Partnership to Acquire and Maintain Geospatial Data of the Hawaiian Archipelago, Asia, and the Pacific"
    • November completed a Geospatial Data Needs Assessment Survey, organized by Geo InSight and the Pacific Air Forces Headquarters
  • Silent Eye Aerial Photography
    • They use silent electric radio controlled helicopters for high resolution digital photography for a variety of applications.
    • "Silent eye's highly trained pilot flies the helicopter to the necessary locations while the photographer operates the camera. The two technicians communicate through wireless headsets. The high resolution digital camera mounted on the helicopter has a small wireless transmitter that allows a live, real time, full color transmission of what the camera sees. These images are transmitted to a laptop computer monitor for image viewing and framing. Once the proper angle and position is acquired, the pictures are taken and then stored on the camera. The computer monitor serves only as a viewfinder. The helicopter is then landed, the camera's memory card is removed and the photos are then downloaded to the laptop for final review, image adjustments and editing."
    • It is not quite suited for survey or other geospatial applications, since the helicopter can only fly so high (remaining within line of sight of the operator) so the photos are unavoidable oblique and unreferenced.
  • Free images from the Remote Image Navigator of the Virtually Hawai‘i Project:
  • Reportedly as of , NASA AVIRIS has been flying a series of missions over Hawaii (hyperspectral imagery).  However, the AVIRIS site and program is sufficiently unfriendly that i was unable to confirm this.
Sours: http://vterrain.org/Hawaii/Imagery/
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