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Data related to a ground-based InSAR survey of the Slumgullion landslide, Hinsdale County, Colorado, 26 June 2010-1 July 2010
We performed a ground-based, interferometric, synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) survey of the Slumgullion landslide located in Hinsdale County, Colorado. The survey was performed 26 June 2010-1 July 2010 and utilized the IBIS-L InSAR system developed by IDS Corporation. Radar measurements were supplemented by hourly in-situ displacement, pore-water pressure, and rainfall measurements. In-situ displacement was measured using electronic cable extension transducers (extensometers) at three locations and GPS surveying at one location. Pore-water pressures were measured at three locations using electronic vibrating-wire pressure transducers (piezometers). Rainfall was measured at one location using a tipping-bucket rain...
Bipedal locomotion in birds: the importance of functional parameters in terrestrial adaptation in Anatidae
Monitoring data from the Aleppo rockslide, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, November 2013 - December 2018
Upon reactivation, movement of deep-seated landslides in the Greater Pittsburgh region may persist for long periods of time. Monitoring equipment was located at two sites on a deep-seated rockslide in Aleppo Township, Pennsylvania to establish relationships between precipitation and changes in the state of activity and velocity. Precipitation, snow depth, and air temperature are monitored at a weather station (ARS_WS) located in a relatively flat, open area in the northern part of the rockslide. Displacement and soil moisture are monitored at a second site located in the southern part of a graben (ARS_GR) in the head of the rockslide. At ARS_WS, instrumentation includes a tipping bucket rain gauge, temperature probe,...
Calibration of the `Flock of Birds' electromagnetic tracking device and its application in shoulder motion studies
Evaluation of biokinetic coefficients in degradation of oilfield produced water under varying salt concentrations
Geometric analysis of surface runoff and the computation order of unit elements in distributed hydrological models
Error analysis of a direct current electromagnetic tracking system in digitizing 3-dimensional surface geometries