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One of the largest hydraulic mines (1.6 km2) is located in California’s Sierra Nevada within the Humbug Creek watershed and Malakoff Diggins State Historic Park (MDSHP). MDSHP’s denuded and dissected landscape is composed of weathered Eocene auriferous sediments susceptible to chronic rill and gully erosion whereas block failures and debris flows occur in more cohesive terrain. This data release includes a 1992 digital surface model (DSM), 1992 orthophoto mosaic, masked orthophoto of the study area, 1992 ground cover classification, and 1992 pruned DSM with the vegetation bias removed. Stereo-photogrammetry was used to create a 1992 digital surface model (DSM) and orthophoto mosaic from archived 1992 aerial photographs....
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These data were used for the development and validation of the automated workflow for mechanistic segregation of geomorphic transport mechanisms presented in the manuscript "Geomorphic Process from Topographic Form: Automating the Interpretation of Repeat Survey Data in River Valleys." These data include (1) raster digital surface models from 2002, 2009, and 2013 of seven sites along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon and associated digital elevation models of difference (DoDs), (2) landscape information for each of the seven sites as vector polygons, including the site extent, area of bare sediment, flood inundation extent, and area of vegtation, (3) the locations of 113 field validation points used to assess the...


    map background search result map search result map Geomorphic Process from Topographic Form—Data & Models 1992 digital surface model and orthomosaic of Malakoff Diggins State Historic Park, California 1992 digital surface model and orthomosaic of Malakoff Diggins State Historic Park, California Geomorphic Process from Topographic Form—Data & Models