Supplemental Material: Evaluation of field methods for 3-D mapping and 3-D visualization of complex metamorphic structure using multiview stereo terrain models from ground-based photography
journal contributionposted on 01.02.2019 by Jade A. Brush, Terry L. Pavlis, José M. Hurtado, Jr., Kelsey A. Mason, Jeffrey R. Knott, Keith E. Williams
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Geosphere, February 2019, v. 15, no. 1, p. 188-221, doi:10.1130/GES01691.1, Animation 5. Visualization of the terrestrial laser scanner–derived terrain model of the Clair Camp structure along with three-dimensional interpretations. In order to make these interpretations, it was necessary to drape a field photograph onto the terrain model. However, when the model is rotated outside the field of view of the photograph, pixel smear is evident, making it difficult to make interpretations. White lines—S1 foliation traces; red lines—faults; green lines—base of the Surprise Member of the Kingston Peak Formation; purple lines—base of the quartzite unit within the Kingston Peak Formation; blue lines—base of the dolomite marble unit within the Kingston Peak Formation; teal lines—enclosed calcsilicate mineralization. Refer to Figure 3A for scale. This video was made using I-Site Studio software.