Grayscale image of LiDAR data for a small study area in Pennsylvania about 2 miles long by 1 mile wide. Roads, fields, and wavy ridges are visible.
Use imagery to understand and interpret the effect of geologic processes on a landscape and to relate the processes to past climatic conditions. Become familiar with remote sensing data using imagery from Google Earth and HiRISE for Mars as well as LiDAR data.
Grades 9 -
Geomorphology • GIS/RemoteSensing
Shale Hills CZO
Author(s): Tim White (Penn State), Ashlee Dere (University of Nebraska-Omaha), Sarah Sharkey (Penn State)
Funding: NSF CZO