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Terrestrial laser scanner data from the 2011 Horseshoe Two fire, Chiricahua Mountains, southeastern Arizona

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2011-06-11
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2011-07-18
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2011-08-01
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2011-08-13
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2012-03-14

Citation

DeLong, S.B., 2017, Terrestrial laser scanner data from the 2011 Horseshoe Two fire, Chiricahua Mountains, southeastern Arizona: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/F72J69CP.

Summary

Point cloud data collected on a steep, severely burned hillslope below Barfoot Peak near Rustler Park in the Chiricahua Mountains, AZ. The data were collected June 21, July 18, August 1, August 23, 2011 and March 14, 2012. The data were collected with a Leica Scanstation C10 High Definition Scanner. The data are delivered as georeferenced (WGS UTM zone 12N ellipsoid) and classified point clouds. The included files are: Chiri_20120314.laz Chiri_20110611.laz Chiri_20110718.laz Chiri_20110801.laz Chiri_20110823.laz

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Point of Contact :
Stephen B DeLong
Originator :
Stephen B DeLong
Metadata Contact :
Stephen DeLong
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U.S. Geological Survey
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N/A
USGS Mission Area :
Natural Hazards
SDC Data Owner :
Earthquake Hazards Program

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Chiri_20110801.laz 54.98 MB
Chiri_20110823.laz 87.93 MB
Chiri_20120314.laz 134.08 MB
Chiri_20110611.laz 143.4 MB
Chiri_20110718.laz 174.42 MB
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Purpose

Data were collected to study erosion following the 2011 Horseshoe Two wildfire.

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