gdal_hillshade_tutorial - Tutorial for rendering hillshades with GDAL

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Participants will learn how to work with Digital Elevation Model data and use GDAL to generate a Shaded Relief / Hillshade for the Kings Canyon National Park area, in the southern Sierra Nevada mountain range, California. The commands in this tutorial are meant to be run in the Bash shell on Mac OS X or a Linux OS but these processes can also be accomplished using QGIS. Ths tutorial assumes you have GDAL installed and that it is accessible from a Command Line Interface such as the Terminal App. Some familiarity with the Unix CLI is beneficial but not required.

https://github.com/clhenrick/gdal_hillshade_tutorial

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