2022 NOAA NGS DSS 4-Band 8 Bit Imagery: Sacramento, CA

Below are links to the files that make up the 2022 NOAA NGS DSS 4-Band 8 Bit Imagery: Sacramento, CA dataset. This HTML file is here to emulate the access you would have gotten through an ftp site. The files containing geospatial indices, metadata, etc., are listed first, followed by the files. To download in bulk, it is suggested you use a program such as wget (example below). The geospatial index file in shapefile format has a URL attribute that some GIS programs can use to download files. You can also subset the data, make derived products, and change projection, datum, etc., using the Digital Coast Data Access Viewer (add to cart, the link to bulk download will take you here).

Example to download entire data set using wget (note: sufficiently new and trusted pre-compiled Windows versions can be hard to find):
wget -np -r -nH -L --cut-dirs=3 https://chs.coast.noaa.gov/htdata/raster4/imagery/SacramentoCA_RGBN_2022_9641/
This will give you the directory structure starting with SacramentoCA_RGBN_2022. Modify the --cut-dirs=3 argument to modify the start directory (e.g. --cut-dirs=2 will start at imagery). Wget is a command-line program and the output will be to the directory you run it in. More options and information can be found at https://www.gnu.org/software/wget/manual/wget.html. The other options in the example mean:


If you have problems with wget that look like an authorization or certificate issue, you may need to add the option "--no-check-certificate". Windows users may want to install the Windows Subsystem for Linux to get a current wget.

You can also use the uGet program with the list of URLs in file urllist9641.txt. More information on using uGet is in the Bulk Lidar Download GeoZone blog post.

The total size to download all the files is 9.9G.

If you need FTP access instead of HTTPS, use ftp://ftp.coast.noaa.gov/pub/DigitalCoast/raster4/imagery/SacramentoCA_RGBN_2022_9641/

Meta Info


Tile Index: tileindex_SacramentoCA_RGBN_2022.zip
URL list: urllist9641.txt

VRTs

Virtual Raster Tables (VRTs) can be used to reference the entire data set. Software packages that incorporate GDAL can reference the data by prepending /vsicurl/ to the URL of the VRT. Multiple VRTs generally indicates there are multiple projection systems in the dataset.

VRT file: SacramentoCA_RGBN_2022.vrt

All Files

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618000e4266000n.tif
621000e4260000n.tif
621000e4263000n.tif
621000e4266000n.tif
621000e4269000n.tif
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624000e4263000n.tif
624000e4266000n.tif
624000e4269000n.tif
624000e4272000n.tif
624000e4275000n.tif
624000e4278000n.tif
624000e4281000n.tif
627000e4260000n.tif
627000e4263000n.tif
627000e4266000n.tif
627000e4269000n.tif
627000e4272000n.tif
627000e4275000n.tif
627000e4278000n.tif
627000e4281000n.tif
630000e4266000n.tif
630000e4269000n.tif
630000e4272000n.tif
630000e4275000n.tif
630000e4278000n.tif
630000e4281000n.tif
633000e4275000n.tif
633000e4278000n.tif
633000e4281000n.tif
bounds_m9641.dbf
bounds_m9641.prj
bounds_m9641.shp
bounds_m9641.shx
ca2206_bmhw_rgbi.met
tile_extents_m9641.dbf
tile_extents_m9641.prj
tile_extents_m9641.shp
tile_extents_m9641.shx

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