research data . Dataset . 2021

New Bodie Mine Hoist. In Data from: Building Cultural Heritage Resilience through Remote Sensing: An Integrated Approach using Multi-temporal Site Monitoring, Datafication, and Web-GL Visualization

Lercari, Nicola; Jaffke, Denise; Brown, Scott; Stark, Brandon; Gutierrez, David; Veisze, Paul;
  • Published: 01 Jan 2021
  • Publisher: UC San Diego Library Digital Collections
The IBM 3D models and derivative products were generated via a typical Image-based modeling pipeline. The aerial photos were collected by contractor Monarch Inc. using a custom-made multi-rotor drone. The geospatial control data was collected by California State Parks licensed surveyor David Gutierrez using a Trimble differential GPS and Trimble robotic total station. The TLS LiDAR data were collected by the UC Merced team using a FARO Focus 3D S120 range finder and processed in FARO Scene and CloudCompare.
Dataset includes all the natively digital geospatial and 3D data collected in our topographic and 3D survey of the New Bodie Mine Hoist structure located on top of the Bodie Bluff in an area closed to visitors.
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free text keywords: Bodie State Historic Park (Calif.), 3D documentation and 3D mapping of historical resources/built heritage, Bodie (Calif.)
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  • Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage
  • NEANIAS Space Research Community
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Understanding ancient urbanism: site planning and unintended consequences of the Classic Maya city as a model
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 839602
  • Funding stream: H2020 | MSCA-IF-GF
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