Time-Lapse Motion Picture Technique Applied to the Study of Geological Processes.

Abstract

Light-weight, battery-operated timers were built and coupled to 16-mm motion-picture cameras having apertures controlled by photoelectric cells. The cameras were placed adjacent to Emmons Glacier on Mount Rainier. The film obtained confirms the view that exterior time-lapse photography can be applied to the study of slow-acting geologic processes.

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@article{Miller1959TimeLapseMP, title={Time-Lapse Motion Picture Technique Applied to the Study of Geological Processes.}, author={R J Dwayne Miller and D R Crandell}, journal={Science}, year={1959}, volume={130 3378}, pages={795-6} }