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Abstract

The joint interpretation of digital elevation models (DEM) and multispectral remote sensing data in connection with stratigraphic and geologic information reveals the geologic structure of the earth surface, particularly in desert terrain. The characterization and classification of the DEM using spatial statistics provides hints regarding formation tops, which are validated by mineral spectroscopy of multispectral remote sensing data. The idea behind this approach is that the earth surface topography is the result of geological processes such as deposition, erosion, and tectonics.

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2009-04-19
2021-10-21
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