This collection includes data and supporting files for research on driftwood in large rivers of the Mackenzie Basin. The record for Timelapse Wood Monitoring Network - Fort Fitzgerald includes images taken from timelapse cameras at various locations in the Mackenzie Basin; the purpose of these cameras is to capture the flux of wood down rivers.
(Colorado State University. Libraries, 2012-2014) Anderson, Natalie
Timelapse wood monitoring raw image data from Fort Fitzgerald Camera located near the Slave River at Fort Fitzgerald water gauge 7NB001, operated by Water Survey Canada. Camera located at: WGS84 59.868923 N 111.582301 W.
(Colorado State University. Libraries, 2014) Anderson, Natalie
This data group includes photographs taken from a fixed wing float plane that circumnavigated the Great Slave Lake on August 29, 2014. Photos were taken from three different cameras and hand held Nikon DSLR, A contour 2+ action camera mounted on the wing of the aircraft that took photos every 3 seconds and a GoPro Here 2+ wide angle action camera mounted in the window that took photos every 5 seconds. A thorough description of the flight path is provided in the Chapter 3 Appendix of Natalie Kramer's dissertation (link here) and in the supplemental information file (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/store/10.1002/2015GL064441/asset/supinfo/grl53108-sup-0001-supinfo.pdf?v=1&s=cf49c667327ff359ceef30f75a646bd442d1facc) for GRL article "Driftcretions: The legacy impact of driftwood on the landscape" (http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/2015GL064441). The Allphotoloc.zip file contains location coordinates in a GIS shapefile and KMZ file for each photo in the provided folders.