Quantifying rock strength controls in Guadalupe Mountains, NM/TX

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NCALM logo This lidar dataset was collected as part of an NCALM Seed grant for Alexander Neely, Penn State University. Roughly 63 square kilometers of data was collected in June of 2018 in the Guadalupe Mountains in New Mexico and Texas. This project was designed to quantify rock strength controls on landscape morphology within the Guadalupe Mountains.

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