Plan to visit the GEON team at the GSA Fall meeting. Once again, we’ll be hosting a booth (#756) in the Exhibit Hall, where we’ll be highlighting the project’s most recent developments and tools. Team members will be giving demos and available to discuss resources available via GEON, including the OpenTopography Portal and the Open Earth Framework. Team members will be giving demos and available to discuss resources available via GEON, including the OpenTopography Portal and the Open Earth Framework.
Stop by to see the latest OpenTopography features and data sets, including visualization of LiDAR data in Google Earth and recently released data for faults in southern California (Elsinore, Owens Valley, and Burro Flat San Andreas) and the Intermountain Seismic Belt, including Yellowstone and Teton National Parks. Also being highlighted at the booth will be the Open Earth Framework, a data discovery, integration, and visualization system currently under development.
In addition to the project’s booth activities, Christopher Crosby will present “Enhancing Access To High-Resolution LIDAR Topography - From Point Clouds To Google Earth” (Crosby, Christopher J. , Nandigam, Viswanath, Arrowsmith, Ramon , and Baru, Chaitan) on Monday, October 19th at 2:15 p.m. in Room B117/118/119 of the Oregon Convention Center.