World Elevation 3 Arc Second SRTM, 2008
- Earth Resources Observation Systems, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, United States. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, and Economic and Social Research Institute
- World Elevation 3 Arc Second SRTM, 2008 is a raster model representing elevations word wide (between 60 degrees North and 56 degrees South latitude). The resolution is 3 arc seconds (90 meters). The pixel value represents the elevation in meters. The version of the SRTM 3-arc-second data that served as the basis for the SRTM Global Digital Elevation Model data is the Version 2 "Finished" data in DTED Level 1 format that was created by NGA by subsampling SRTM 1-arc-second data.
- ESRI Data and Maps
- 2008 and 2000
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