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I visited the National Map Corps web site to see if I could pull the crowd source data and I did not see a way to pull it. Is there a way, or is it only available through the National Map data?

asked 13 Nov '15, 09:05

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Ultimately, the crowd-sourced data becomes part of the National Structures Dataset (NSD) which can be accessed via FTP for a full download:

ftp://rockyftp.cr.usgs.gov/vdelivery/Datasets/Staged/Struct/FileGDB101/STRUCT_NATIONAL.zip

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via a map service: http://viewer.nationalmap.gov/example/services/serviceList.html

Does that help? The data you see at https://navigator.er.usgs.gov is in various stages of editing, and has not necessarily become a part of the NSD.

If you are looking for specific problem areas, a good tool to use (developed by a volunteer) is TNMExplorer at: https://nmc.onthemap.net/

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answered 13 Nov '15, 09:06

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