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Evaluation of the Shuttle Radar Topography Mission digital elevation model and application to the modeling of permanent deformation: Case studies on the North Mono eruption, California (1,325--1,368 A.D.) and Glacial Lake Iroquois, New York (12,200 yr B.P.)
The Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) is the first global and contiguous topographic dataset spanning the latitudes of 60°N and 56°S. It used single pass interferometry synthetic aperture radar to record elevations ...
Conceptual models of atmospheric space: A study of knowledge and concepts derived from direct and indirect experience of atmospheric dynamics
This research considers the question of how the everyday experience of atmospheric dynamics influence how we think about the weather. It builds upon a diverse array of loosely coupled studies on topics related to atmospheric ...
Quantitative integration and three-dimensional visualization of multi-tool archaeological geophysics survey
Multi-tool geophysical surveys at archaeological sites have proven to be successful in locating buried structures and features. The geophysical data can be used qualitatively to create more accurate site plans and to ...
An object-based approach to the extraction and classification of buildings from LIDAR point clouds
Despite advances in remote sensing technology and computational power, automatic land use classification has remained a difficult process, and successful approaches require the incorporation of ancillary GIS data. This ...