Global Digital Elevation Model (GTOPO30), 2008
- EROS Data Center and Economic and Social Research Institute
Global Digital Elevation Model (GTOPO30) is a raster theme representing elevations worldwide at a resolution of 30 arc seconds (+- 1 Km). These data were by developed by the USGS EROS Data Center in 1996 from a variety of data sources. The VALUE attribute represents the elevation in meters.
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