Analysis of landslide volume, structures, and kinematics from satellite imagery of the 2016 Lamplugh rock avalanche, Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Alaska, An
During the past five years occurrences of large rock avalanches over glaciated terrain in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve (GBNP), Alaska have drawn attention to the complex, highly variable, yet poorly understood dynamics of these events. The objective of this research is to study the emplacement processes of the Lamplugh rock avalanche through an analysis of the volume and distribution of material in conjunction with structures and surficial features within the deposit. This research demonstrates the ability to use high-resolution remotely sensed data to study rock avalanches in glaciated ...
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