Mike Oskin (UC Davis), Ramon Arrowsmith (ASU), and I will be teaching a lidar short course October 24 and 25, 2011 at University of California, Davis. The course, Imaging and Analyzing Southern California’s Active Faults with High-Resolution Lidar Topography, will focus on lidar technology, data processing and analysis techniques. We will emphasize fault trace and geomorphic mapping applications, integration with other geospatial data, and data visualization and analysis approaches. The course will be held at KeckCAVES at UC Davis and will combine lectures and hands-on use of several different software packages.
More information on the course and a link to the course application are available via the short course page. The application deadline is September 21st, 2011.