State, feds, pay for gas line route data
Information from $1.75 million aerial lidar survey to be available to public; study will identify potential geological hazards
The State of Alaska and the federal government are funding a project to gather detailed aerial laser-imaging data for proposed gas pipeline routes, with results to be made available to the public.
Tom Irwin, commissioner of the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, said the AGIA coordinator’s off....
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