Land Boundary Information System
UTM - JPEG2000
2004 Digital Orthographic Quarter-Quad
Universal Transverse Mercator - NAD83 - JPEG2000
NOTE: WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE SJRWMD, THESE IMAGES HAVE NOT BEEN THROUGH QA/QC PROCESS AT THIS TIME.
The 2004 DOQQs are available for download. The DOQQs are in JPEG 2000 file format and may require
special software for use within a GIS (see below).
Special Software Needed
ArcGIS Desktop 8.3 Raster Update
This Update adds support for displaying JPEG2000 images, MrSID Generation 3 images, and DIGEST (ASRP/USRP) images. YOU MUST HAVE THE .AUX FILE FOR THIS PATCH TO WORK CORRECTLY.
GeoJP2™ ArcView Plugin
The ArcView 3.x Extension permits the display of georeferenced GeoJP2™ image data within ESRI's popular ArcView product.
See the "ReadMe" file for installation information
Links to JPEG2000 Viewers
Attention AutoCad Users
If using AutoCad, please
read this thread from the Autodesk discussion group concerning JPG 2000 files.
BE SURE TO GET THE .AUX FILES!|
Enter FTP site using the links below:
The folders are organized by "Grid Row" (the first two digits of the DEP quad number) and the
files are identified by DEP quad numbers.
UTM Zone 16
|| NOTE: JPEG 2000 files require|
for use in a GIS.
See previous section
for more information.
UTM Zone 17
Determining the File Name
Use the Quad Name Locator to find the
DEP quad number.
The file names begin with "Q", followed by the DEP quad number, followed by "NW", "NE", "SW", or "SE" to indicate quarter-quad position within the quad.
About the Data
The FDEP's Bureau of Survey and Mapping
is providing the resources for the surveying community to gain
access to the 2004 DOQQs via download.
The Water Management Districts have contributed metadata:
St. Johns River
|Graphics Type:|| ||JPEG 2000|
|World File:|| ||aux|
|Color:|| ||"True Color" (not CIR)|
The files are in JPEG 2000 format (also known as "JP2"). JPEG 2000 is an emerging standard for high-quality compression.
is recommended for large downloads.
These images are available on CD, DVD, or portable hard drive for a fee.