LiDAR – An Emerging Tool for Geological Applications

Title: LiDAR – An Emerging Tool for Geological Applications Author: Jason Stoker Publication: The OUtcrop, October 2012, p. 6-10 Over the past five to ten years the use and applicability of light detection and ranging (LiDAR) technology has increased dramatically. As a result, more and more LiDAR data now are being collected across the country for a wide range … More LiDAR – An Emerging Tool for Geological Applications

Joint DGS/RMAG Luncheon – July 12, 2007

Title: Geoscience Integration to Overcome Seismic Imaging Problems in Thrust-Belt Environments Speaker: Rob Vestrum, Thrust-Belt Imaging Date: July 12, 2007 Publication: The Outcrop, July 2007, p. 4 As seismic-imaging algorithms become more sophisticated and correct more accurately for wave­-propagation effects of anisotropy and heterogeneity, the need for velocity-model accuracy increases. Seismic data in complex-structure land environments … More Joint DGS/RMAG Luncheon – July 12, 2007

CREST Experiment Probes the Roots and Geologic History of Colorado Rockies

Title: CREST Experiment Probes the Roots and Geologic History of the Colorado Rockies Authors: R. Aster, J. McCarthy, Matt Heizler, and Shari Kelley (New Mexico Tech), K. Karlstrom and L. Crossey (University of New Mexico), Ken Dueker (University of Wyoming) and the CREST Team Publication: The Outcrop, January 2009, p. 6-8, 10-11, 21 Introduction: General … More CREST Experiment Probes the Roots and Geologic History of Colorado Rockies