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GSA 2012: Terrestrial Laser Scanning (Ground-Based LiDAR) Methods and Applications in Geologic Research & Education
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2012 Geological Society of America Short Course - Sun., 4 Nov., 2012 Terrestrial Laser Scanning (Ground-Based LiDAR) Methods and Applications in Geologic Research & Education Instructors: David Phillips and Christopher Crosby, UNAVCO; Carlos... Read More
GSA 2013: Introduction to Terrestrial Laser Scanning (Ground-Based LiDAR) for Earth Science Research
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Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Short CourseIntroduction to Terrestrial Laser Scanning (Ground-Based LiDAR) for Earth Science Research (GSA course 501)Friday, October 25, 2013 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.UNAVCO, Boulder, COCosponsor:... Read More
GSA 2016: Introduction to Terrestrial Laser Scanning for Earth Science Research and Education
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Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Short Course, Denver, CO 501. Introduction to Terrestrial Laser Scanning (Ground-Based LiDAR) for Earth Science Research and Education Fri., 23 Sept., 8 a.m.–5 p.m., UNAVCO, Boulder. Instructors:... Read More
2014 Structural Geology and Tectonics Forum TLS Short Course
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2014 TLS Parameters, Workflows and Field Methods (Okal)Structural Geology and Tectonics Forum Short Course:Introduction to terrestrial laser scanning (ground-based LiDAR) for Earth science researchLocation & Date:UNAVCO Facility, Boulder, CO,... Read More
GSA 2014: Introduction to Terrestrial Laser Scanning for Earth Science Research and Education
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Course Description This one-day course will provide faculty, students, and professionals with an introduction to Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS—aka ground-based LiDAR). TLS provides high-resolution three-dimensional images of geologic features... Read More

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