Heritage mapping

Aerial photography

Explore aerial photography

During the Lidar surveys in 2011 and 2012, high resolution aerial imagery was also recorded to help support the features seen in the Lidar data.

Unlike web services such as Google Earth which use satellite imagery, these images were captured from an aeroplane and recording was undertaken during the winter months so that there was less leaf cover on the trees.

The imagery can be used to identify earth works, crop marks and parch marks all associated with archaeological remains. The data can also be used to help record ecological changes within woodlands and heathland.

Click on the blue button on the right to explore the whole National Park and surrounding area through the aerial photography.

  1. Heritage mapping
  2. About Lidar
  3. Explore Lidar
  4. Lidar's potential
  5. Explore near infrared
  6. Explore aerial photography (you are here)
  7. Volunteering

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