Automated Digital Photogrammetry: A Valuable Tool for Small-scale Geomorphological Research for the Non-photogrammetrist?

@article{Lascelles2002AutomatedDP,
  title={Automated Digital Photogrammetry: A Valuable Tool for Small-scale Geomorphological Research for the Non-photogrammetrist?},
  author={Bruce Lascelles and David Favis-Mortlock and Tony Parsons and John Boardman},
  journal={Trans. GIS},
  year={2002},
  volume={6},
  pages={5-15}
}
Digital photogrammetry provides a tool with which to automatically generate digital elevation models (DEMs). The necessary equipment is now both readily available and affordable: thus there is considerable potential for this technique to be widely adopted in geomorphological studies. But is it possible for geomorphologists without a background in photogrammety to use it successfully? As part of a larger study into rill initiation by overland flow, a non-metric digital camera and ERDAS IMAGINE… CONTINUE READING

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