University of Arizona Ortho Imagery, available in the Spatial Data Explorer
Orthophotos of the University of Arizona campus from 1996 and 2001 from UA Facilities and Planning as part of the University's Enterprise Geographic Information Systems.
NAIP (National Agriculture Imagery Program), available in the Spatial Data Explorer
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