Topography of Normal Faults in the Volcanic Tablelands, CA 2019

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5069/G97S7KXT
OT Collection ID: OT.062020.26911.1
OT Collection Name: Topography of Normal Faults in the Volcanic Tablelands, CA 2019
Short Name: CA19_Scott
Collection Platform: Structure from Motion / Photogrammetry
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Point Cloud Data   Bulk Download     opentopoID: OTLAS.062020.26911.1

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This dataset contains high resolution topography and orthomosaic imagery along three normal fault scarps in the Volcanic Tablelands near Bishop in Eastern California. In the Volcanic Tablelands, normal faults create prominent scarps that offset the Bishop Tuff. This area has been the focus of a number of studies on fault zone structural geology and geomorphology.

Data was collected via uncrewed aerial vehicle (UAV) imagery over three fault scarps each with length of 2-4 km. Data products include: point clouds, digital surface models (DSMs), and orthomosaics using structure-from-motion (SfM) techniques.



Dataset Acknowledgement:

We acknowledge funding from National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Grant 1625221 to CS, Southern California Earthquake Center, the School of Earth & Space Exploration at Arizona State University, and NASA ROSES funding from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory to Arizona State University. CB was funded by a NSF graduate research fellowship and a University of Washington research award from the Anthony Qamar Endowed Memorial Fund. FF was funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme (COLOSSEO project) under the Grant Agreement #795396. Part of this research was carried out at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology under contract with NASA from the Earth Surface and Interior Program. Funding for this project was provided under a NASA Postdoctoral Program fellowship to C.M. administered by the Universities Space and Research Association through a contract with NASA.

We thank Dione Perkins at the Bureau of Land Management in the Bishop Office for helping us to gain access to the Volcanic Tablelands to complete our data collection.



Dataset Citation: Scott, C., Scott, T., Arrowsmith, R., Brigham, C., Bello, S., Xu, J., Ferrarini, F. Milliner, C., Donnellan, A. (2020). Topography of Normal Faults in the Volcanic Tablelands, CA 2019. Distributed by OpenTopography. https://doi.org/10.5069/G97S7KXT.. Accessed: 2024-06-14       Copied to Clipboard

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Dataset Keywords: normal fault, bishop, california, volcanic, SfM, drone, UAV, fault scarp, , lidar

Survey Date: 04/11/2019 - 04/13/2019

Publication Date: 06/25/2020
Data Provider and Roles:
Principal Investigator
  • Chelsea Scott - Arizona State University, School of Earth and Space Exploration
Author
  • Tyler Scott - Arizona State University, School of Earth and Space Exploration
  • Ramon Arrowsmith - Arizona State University, School of Earth and Space Exploration
Contributors
  • Cassandra Brigham - University of Washington
  • Simone Bello - University G. d’Annunzio Chieti-Pescara
  • Jianhong Xu - China Earthquake Administration
  • Federica Ferrarini - University G. d’Annunzio Chieti-Pescara
  • Christopher Milliner - Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • Andrea Donnellan - Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Total number of points: 2,166,980,539 pts

Area: 4.1 km2

Point Density: 309.76 pts/m2

Classifications:
Class 0 - Never classified2,166,980,539

Raster Resolution: 0.04 meter

Orthophoto Resolution: 0.02 meter

Coordinate System:
Horizontal: NAD83 / UTM Zone 11N Meters [EPSG: 26911]
Vertical: NAVD88 (GEOID 12B) [EPSG: 5703]

Units: meter

Survey Report: Reports

LAS Validation Data Report: Reports
Tile index in shapefile format: Download

Dataset Extent in GeoJSON format:
Point Cloud: CA19_Scott.geojson
Raster: CA19_Scott.geojson

Dataset Spatial Bounds: North: 37.4960875459988°     South: 37.4146087563437°     East: -118.438045193405°     West: -118.509983284443°