Granite Dells Terrestrial Laser Scanning Dataset
OT Collection ID
OT Collection Name
: Granite Dells Terrestrial Laser Scanning Dataset
: Terrestrial Laser Scanner
Precariously balanced rocks (PBRs) are pedestal rocks that are used as negative indicators for earthquake-generated strong ground motions to physically validate seismic hazard analyses. To help understand the geologic and geomorphic settings in which PBRs form, terrestrial laser scanning was used to scan a small population of PBRs that are preserved on hillslopes adjacent to a small stream channel.
Haddad, D. E., 2010. Geologic and geomorphic characterization of precariously balanced rocks. MS thesis, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, 207 pp.
Data acquisition was supported by a National Science Foundation grant: EAR 0651098 Collaborative Research: Facility Support: Building the INTERFACE Facility for Cm-Scale, 3D Digital Field Geology and partially by the Extreme Ground Motion Program administered by the Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC).
: TLS, Arizona, Prescott
Data Provider and Roles
Total lidar returns
: 4,977,725 pts
: .01 km2
: 497.77 pts/m2
| Class 0 - Created, never classified||4,977,725|
Horizontal: UTM Zone 12 N WGS84 Meters [EPSG: 26912]
Vertical: NAVD88 (Geoid 03) [EPSG: 5703]
LAS Validation Data Report
Dataset Extent in KMZ format
Dataset Spatial Bounds
: North: 34.6032° South: 34.602337° East: -112.419503° West: -112.420542°