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Old 01-13-2022, 11:26 AM
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Interesting, I've not considered Lidar to be a technology I would access to for this type of thing. I might have to look into it. I live in northern NH where there's PLENTY of old cellar holes in the middle of the woods.

I live near a Dam that when built in the 50's flooded an area previously occupied by 2 small towns that were relocated. But the land purchased extended beyond the water basin so there are a handful of old buildings that were leveled but otherwise untouched and should be accessible.

I research more than I detect tbh because I hyper fixate and go down internet rabbit holes. HAHA - right now I mostly use Topoview, google earth, and historic aerials. It can be a tad spotty and sometimes grainy images but it's better than nothing.

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