This themed issue contains papers from the Penrose Conference on digital field methods.
Wawrzyniec et al.
Geosphere, 2007, v. 3, p. 406-407
Introduction: Unlocking 3D earth systems—Harnessing new digital technologies to revolutionize multi-scale geological models
Fiore Allwardt et al.
Geosphere, 2007, v. 3, p. 408-421
Curvature and fracturing based on global positioning system data collected at Sheep Mountain anticline, Wyoming
Labourdette and Jones
Geosphere, 2007, v. 3, p. 422-434
Characterization of fluvial architectural elements using a three-dimensional outcrop data set: Escanilla braided system, South-Central Pyrenees, Spain
Martin and Stofan
Geosphere, 2007, v. 3, p. 435-455
Planetary science: Multiple data sets, multiple scales, and unlocking the third dimension
Geosphere, 2007, v. 3, p. 456-468
Three-dimensional modeling of glacial sediments using public water-well data records: An integration of interpretive and geostatistical approaches
Enge et al.
Geosphere, 2007, v. 3, p. 469-490
From outcrop to reservoir simulation model: Workflow and procedures
Bellian et al.
Geosphere, 2007, v. 3, p. 491-500
Analysis of hyperspectral and lidar data: Remote optical mineralogy and fracture identification
Bonnaffe et al.
Geosphere, 2007, v. 3, p. 501-510
A method for acquiring and processing ground-based lidar data in difficult-to-access outcrops for use in three-dimensional, virtual-reality models
Whitmeyer et al.
Geosphere, 2007, v. 3, p. 511-526
New directions in Wilson Cycle concepts: Supercontinent and Tectonic Rock Cycles
Paton et al.
Geosphere, 2007, v. 3, p. 527-549
Alpine-scale 3D geospatial modeling: Applying new techniques to old problems
Wawrzyniec et al.
Geosphere, 2007, v. 3, p. 550-567
Chronotopographic analysis directly from point-cloud data: A method for detecting small, seasonal hillslope change, Black Mesa Escarpment, NE Arizona
Bond et al.
Geosphere, 2007, v. 3, p. 568-576
Knowledge transfer in a digital world: Field data acquisition, uncertainty, visualization, and data management
Olariu et al.
Geosphere, 2008, v. 4, p. 247-259
Outcrop fracture characterization using terrestrial laser scanners: Deep-water Jackfork sandstone at Big Rock Quarry, Arkansas
Jones et al.
Geosphere, 2008, v. 4, p. 354-359
Describing the dimensionality of geospatial data in the earth sciences—Recommendations for nomenclature
Baker et al.
Geosphere, 2008, v. 4, p. 418-428
Automatic detection of anisotropic features on rock surfaces
Oldow and Singleton
Geosphere, 2008, v. 4, p. 536-563
Application of Terrestrial Laser Scanning in determining the pattern of late Pleistocene and Holocene fault displacement from the offset of pluvial lake shorelines in the Alvord extensional basin, northern Great Basin, USA
White and Jones
Geosphere, 2008, v. 4, p. 564-575
A cost-efficient solution to true color terrestrial laser scanning
Alfarhan et al.
Geosphere, 2008, v. 4, p. 576-587
Laser rangefinders and ArcGIS combined with three-dimensional photorealistic modeling for mapping outcrops in the Slick Hills, Oklahoma
McCaffrey et al.
Geosphere, 2008, v. 4, p. 588-599
Visualization of folding in marble outcrops, Connemara, western Ireland: An application of virtual outcrop technology
Bhattacharyya and Czeck
Geosphere, 2008, v. 4, p. 640-656
Using network analyses within geographic information system technologies to quantify geometries of shear zone networks