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  • Aerial Photography Privacy

    Dorsey Plunk NRCS NGMC

  • Aerial Photography Issues June 14, 2012

    Suddenly a hot topic. The Hill wants to know where we

    use it and for what purpose.

  • Iowa Compliance Review

    Aerial photography contracted through APFO for random status reviews.

    Ephemeral gullies No, review completed in officeYes, full field review

  • Iowa Highly Erodible Lands (HEL) Sites

  • Love, Orlan. June 12, 2012.Conservation officials using aerial photography to monitor farmers.The Gazette.http://thegazette.com/2012/06/12/conservation-officials-using-aerial-photography-to-monitor-farmers/

  • Dugan, Joe. June 4, 2012. EPA defends aerial surveillance.World-Herald Bureau.

    http://www.omaha.com/article/20120604/NEWS01/706049932

  • Smith, Ian. June 20, 2012.Congresswoman Capito Introduces Legislation to Ban EPAs AerialSurveillance. FedSmith.com.

    http://www.fedsmith.com/article/3474/congresswoman-capito-introduces-

    legislation-ban-epas.html.

  • Supreme Court Cases 1946 United States v. Causby

    Justice William O. Douglas announced: "We have said that the airspace is a public highway.

    Craig, Brian. Online Satellite and Aerial Images: Issues and Analysis. North Dakota Law Review [online]. Vol. 83:547, pages 559-560. http://zxc10.law.und.nodak.edu/LawReview/issues/web_assets/pdf/83/83-2/83NDLR547.pdf

  • Supreme Court Cases California v. Ciraolo

    Warrantless aerial observation of a persons backyard does not violate the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_v._Ciraolo

    This has been interpreted to mean anything capable of being viewed from a public space is considered outside the realm of privacy in the United States, aerial photography may legally document features and occurrences on private property. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aerial_photography

  • Supreme Court Cases

    DOW CHEMICAL CO. v. UNITED STATES Use of aerial observations and photography is within EPAs

    statutory authority. EPAs taking, without a warrant, of aerial photographs of

    petitioners plant complex from an aircraft lawfully in public navigable airspace was not a search protected by the Fourth Amendment.

    http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/scripts/getcase.pl?navby=case&court=us&vol=476&invol=227

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