ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This project was made possible by many individuals who often worked overtime to obtain the results in a timely manner. At Indiana State University, Drs. Richard Hyde and Kamlesh Lulla were involved in the development of methods used in the analysis of remotely sensed data, with programming support from Nicholas Vesper and Norman Levine;… (More)
Monitoring coastal change is vital because a high percentage of the world's population lives in close proximity to coastal areas. This paper examines a portion of Lake Superior's shoreline where coastal landscape has been shaped by the introduction of 25 billion kg of stamp sand from the copper industry and subsequent dynamics associated with longshore… (More)
(2012). Light detection and ranging (LiDAR) and multispectral studies of disturbed Lake Superior coastal environments.
Light detection and ranging (LiDAR) and multispectral scanner (MSS) studies examine coastal environments influenced by mining. Abstract: There are numerous examples of past and present mine disposal into freshwater and marine coastal bays and riverine environments. Due to its high spatial resolution and extended water penetration, coastal light detection… (More)