Supplemental material: Quantitative analysis and visualization of nonplanar fault surfaces using terrestrial laser scanning (LIDAR)–The Arkitsa fault, central Greece, as a case study
journal contributionposted on 01.12.2009 by R.R. Jones, S. Kokkalas, K.J.W. McCaffrey
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Geosphere, December 2009, v. 5, p. 465-482, doi:10.1130/GES00216.1, Animation 2 - Medium resolution LIDAR data from panel B (see Figure 5 for further information). At this resolution the prominent slip-parallel striations and corrugations are clearly visible, and the morphology of the fault plane can be studied in detail. To view the .avi animation, use software such as QuickTime or Microsoft Media Player. File size is 54 megabytes.