Registering imagery to ICESat data for measuring elevation changes on Byrd Glacier, Antarctica : Results from ice, cloud, and land elevation satellite (ICESat) mission, Part 3

@inproceedings{Schenk2005RegisteringIT,
  title={Registering imagery to ICESat data for measuring elevation changes on Byrd Glacier, Antarctica : Results from ice, cloud, and land elevation satellite (ICESat) mission, Part 3},
  author={Toni F. Schenk and Bea M. Csatho and C. J. van der Veen and Henry H. Brecher and Yue Ann and Tae-jin Yoon},
  year={2005}
}
[1] We present a new approach to derive control information from ICESat data that enables rigorous registration of aerial and satellite imagery. The technique, based on matching terrain features identified from ICESat measurements and aerial imagery, opens the door to transform results of previous studies to a global reference frame. We demonstrate the proposed methodology with historical aerial photographs to determine surface changes between 1979 and 2004 over Byrd Glacier. This is important… CONTINUE READING

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