The Department of Environmental Services has launched a new online crowdsourcing project with the goal of mapping every stone wall in the state. The project is built around an online LiDAR map. LiDAR is similar to radar or sonor, except it relies on lasers. Geologists often turn to LiDAR surveys because they produces accurate renderings of the topology beneath the tree cover. LiDAR reveals hills, rivers, ravines, and, as it turns out, stonewalls. But there are more stonewalls revealed in the...
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