2D Mapping

Madrona Marsh – Torrance, CA (December 26, 2019 – After 4.87 Inches of Rain)

What a difference one month of rain makes!

We donate our 2D mapping services weekly to the Madrona Marsh in Torrance, CA. The Madrona Marsh is one of the last remaining vernal freshwater marshes in Los Angeles County — and 100% fed by rainfall. Take a look at how much it has changed from December 2019 storms which dropped 4.87 inches of water.

These maps were created by combining 399 drone photographs into an orthomosaic image. Think of it as a high definition Google Map (10x the resolution) that YOU determine when it is captured.

Do you have a remodel, construction project, wildfire clearance, or even a wildlife preserve you want to track over time? Sky Ladder Drones can help you create high definition maps — and you control when and where you share the maps. And, by combining the services of a licensed surveyor, these maps turn from pretty pictures to measurements and data. Give us a call or drop us an email.

Madrona Marsh Before/After 4.87 Inches of Rain During December 2019 (best viewed via computer browser)

See other Precision Mapping examples here on our Projects Page

High Definition Individual Maps of Madrona Marsh

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Madrona Marsh – December 26, 2019 – Torrance, CA (after 4.87 inches of December rain storms)

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Madrona Marsh – November 21, 2019 – Torrance, CA (Fully Dry)

For your reference, here are some Historical Pages of Madrona Marsh:

Phenology of Madrona Marsh via Aerial Images:

See the first storm of the 2019/2020 winter (November 2019) here:
https://www.skyladderdrones.com/projects/2d-mapping-nov-example-madrona-marsh

See the first storm of 2019 (January 2019) here:
https://www.skyladderdrones.com/projects/2d-maSavepping-Jan 2019-example-madrona-marsh

[Note: These maps are not surveys or certified by a licensed surveyor. They are just pretty pictures until they are geo-referenced and certified.]