The GeoData Center is the browse facility for the state copy of the AHAP collection, which covers approximately 95% of the State of Alaska in 1:60,000 color infrared (CIR) and 1:120,000 black and white (B&W) photography. The data reside in 10" film format. Approximately 70,000 frames of photography were acquired between 1978 and 1986. Click here to Browse our High Altitude Aerial PhotographyAustin Post Collection XML Metadata File
Approximately 100,000 frames of black and white aerial photography (the ICP Collection) were transferred from the U.S. Geological Survey Ice and Climate Project Office in Tacoma. The collection consists of vertical and oblique B&W film, flown between the late 1950s through 2001 by Robert Krimmel, Austin Post and Larry Mayo. The subject of the collection is glaciers of North America. Click here to Browse our Glacier Images collection
Several thousand prints of B&W aerial prints acquired by the U.S. Navy and Army in the late 1940s (the NARL Collection) also reside in the GeoData Center. Most of the collection is vertical, but there are some trimetrogon missions. Most of the images are of the North Slope, with a few extending to the Interior.