Photogrammetric Maps of a Volcanic Eruption Area, Deception Island, Antarctica
Creators:Brecher, Henry H.
Keywords:Deception Island, Antarctica
Volcanic eruptions--Deception Island, Antarctica
Photogrammetric maps--Deception Island, Antarctica
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Publisher:Research Foundation and the Institute of Polar Studies, The Ohio State University
Citation:Brecher, Henry H. 1975. Photogrammetric Maps of a Volcanic Eruption Area, Deception Island, Antarctica. Institute of Polar Studies Report No. 52, Research Foundation and the Institute of Polar Studies, The Ohio State University, 10 pages and 4 maps.
Series/Report no.:Institute of Polar Studies Report No. 52.
The volcanic Deception Island, Antarctica, has erupted three times since 1967. Three maps are presented which display topographic changes of the most affected part of the island. The fourth map represents a crater in the terminus of a cirque glacier which has been recently examined. Procedures used in preparing the maps are discussed.
On cover: "RF 3861."
Office of Polar Programs, National Science Foundation, Grant No. GV-41368.
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