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Cunliffe, Andrew M; Tanski, George; Radosavljevic, Boris; Palmer, William; Sachs, Torsten; Kerby, Jeffrey T; Myers-Smith, Isla H (2019): Aerial images of eroding permafrost coastline, Qikiqtaruk - Hershel Island, Yukon, Canada. PANGAEA, https://doi.pangaea.de/10.1594/PANGAEA.901852 (DOI registration in progress), Supplement to: Cunliffe, Andrew M; Tanski, George; Radosavljevic, Boris; Palmer, William; Sachs, Torsten; Lantuit, Hugues; Kerby, Jacob L; Myers-Smith, Isla H (in press): Rapid retreat of permafrost coastline observed with aerial drone photogrammetry. The Cryosphere

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Abstract:
This dataset consists of a time-series of twelve co-registered and orthorectified aerial images, which depict the erosion of a permafrost coastline on Qikiqtaruk - Herschel Island in the Canadian Yukon (69.57°N, 138.9°W). They are the core dataset underpinning the analysis published in The Cryosphere. Please refer to the published article for additional information on the origin and production of these geotiffs. All twelve raster files have been clipped to the spatial extent of the study area used in the article.
Keyword(s):
Aerial Images; coastal change; erosion; Permafrost
Coverage:
Latitude: 69.570000 * Longitude: -138.900000
Minimum Elevation: 0.0 m * Maximum Elevation: 0.0 m
Event(s):
Qikiqtaruk * Latitude: 69.570000 * Longitude: -138.900000 * Elevation: 0.0 m * Location: Herschel Island, Yukon Territory, Canada * Device: Multiple investigations (MULT)
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethodComment
1File contentContentCunliffe, Andrew M
2File nameFile nameCunliffe, Andrew M
3File formatFile formatCunliffe, Andrew M
4File sizeFile sizekByteCunliffe, Andrew M
5Uniform resource locator/link to fileURL fileCunliffe, Andrew M
Size:
60 data points

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