Full-waveform terrestrial laser scanning enables high-precision 3D topographic modelling of unstable rockvalleys that is valuable for various geomorphological investigations. The area below the archaeological site ofTemple of Juno in Agrigento, Sicily, is characterised by the presence of large sections of rock that have fallendown from the upper ridge. In this context, full-waveform laser scanning technology was tested for theproduction of a highly detailed 3D topographic model at two resolutions (2cm and 20cm) for simulatingpotential rockfall paths at the site.
|Numero di pagine||3|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2014|
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