Supplemental material: Plate margin deformation and active tectonics along the northern edge of the Yakutat Terrane in the Saint Elias Orogen, Alaska, and Yukon, Canada
journal contributionposted on 2012-11-16, 00:00 authored by Ronald L. Bruhn, Jeanne Sauber, Michelle M. Cotton, Terry L. Pavlis, Evan Burgess, Natalia Ruppert, Richard R. Forster
Geosphere, December 2012, v. 8, p. 1384-1407, doi:10.1130/GES00807.1, Supplemental Figure 2 - PDF file of supplement for Figure 7. Binary black and white segmentation image of a Landsat scene showing ice crevassing and flow-deformed traces of moraine on the surface of the upper Seward Glacier. Note en echelon crevasses along the southern flank of the ice-covered ridge of bedrock that is outlined in the dashed brown polygon. Red polygons are outcrops of bedrock that poke through the snow and ice on the southern and northern flanks of the basin. The image is derived from a Landsat scene with bedrock mapped by band 7. The binary black and white image is constructed by segmentation of a false color composite image created with bands 7,4,1. Refer to Figure 7 for location of the image by comparing geographic features listed in each figure. The location of the figure is also indicated in Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) coordinates that are marked around its borders.