Photogrammetry for Rock Engineering: A Snapshot of State-of-the-Art Rock Mapping
Generally speaking, photogrammetry is the science of turning photographs into 3D models. While flashy advertisements may convey the idea that it's as simple as pushing a button (e.g., on a drone remote)...

Close-Range Terrestrial Photogrammetry for Geotechnical Characterization and Visualization

Surveying and Mapping: History, Current Status, and Future Projections
Since the founding of ASCE in 1852, remarkable changes have occurred in all areas of civil engineering practice, including surveying and mapping. Instruments employed in surveying and...

An Attempt to Compare Image Processing and Stereophotogrammetry in Geotechnical Centrifuge Models

Coastal Flood Hazard Analysis Using Digital Photogrammetry

A New Look at Old Man River
After the 1993 Midwest flood, a research team conducted one of the largest aerial mapping projects in U.S. history—a year-long, $3.7 million effort that demonstrates the utility of photogrammetry...

Photogrammetry: An Old Science Comes of Age

Photogrammetric Mapping
Technical Engineering and Design Guides, as adapted from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, No. 14. This manual provides procedures, minimum accuracy...

Investigation of Damage at the Yaquina Bay North Jetty

A new approach for the estimation of extreme roughness in torrents by Hydraulic and Photogrammetry
In this paper we present an approach to estimate extreme roughness in torrents based on the transformation of an irregular bed geometry of a torrent reach into a geometrically well determined...

Glossary of the mapping sciences
The Glossary of Mapping Sciences, a joint publication of the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping (ACSM), American Society for Photogrammetry...

Photogeologic Reconnaissance of X-Tunnel at Little Skull Mountain
An underground structure known as X-tunnel was investigated for the viability as an underground deep based missile system that included the capability to maintain survivability following...

An Advanced Photogrammetric System as a Metric Information Collection Tool in Coastal Management
The advanced photogrammetric information collection system described in this paper consists of two subsystems: the data acquisition or the photographic subsystem, and the date mensuration...

Radiographic Visualization in Experimental Soil Mechanics
A summary of the principles of such methods is presented, i.e. stereophotogrammetry, infrared thermography and radiography and their respective ranges of applicability are discussed. Then,...

Application of Extremely Low Altitude Photogrammetry for Monitoring Coastal Structures
Extremely low altitude mapping photography exposed from a helicopter is showing considerable promise in providing another method of extending the many benefits of photogrammetric data...

Integrated Photogrammetric and Geophysical Monitoring of Shoreline Instability in Littoral Cells in the Pacific Northwest, USA
Several factors have recently focused on the attention of government agencies, academic researchers, and the general public on coastal erosion and beach resource management in the Pacific...

Measuring Highway Inventory Features Using Stereoscopic Imaging System
The new stereoscopic measurement approach is discussed in this paper. The objective of this paper is not intended to present another new videologging system. Instead, this paper is to...

Island Formation, Growth and Impacts

Industrial Photogrammetry for Power Plant Construction Documentation

Beach Nourishment Monitoring on the Great Lakes

 

 

 

 

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