Dataset Open Access

Elevation Models for Reproducible Evaluation of Terrain Representation – Archetypal Landforms – Bryce Canyon ASCII

Kennelly, Patrick J.; Patterson, Tom; Jenny, Bernhard; Huffman, Daniel P.; Marston, Brooke E.; Bell, Sarah; Tait, Alexander M.

An elevation model of Bryce Canyon, USA

Landform features:  narrow rock formations known as hoodoos

Resolution: 1 meter, 4,000 x 3,800 height samples

File format: Esri ASCII

This is one model of a set of elevation models: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3938020. Please cite the entire set of models.

When using this elevation model in an academic publication, please cite the following article, which describes the process and rationale for compiling elevation models:

Kennelly, P. J., Patterson, T., Jenny, B., Huffman, D. P., Marston, B. E., Bell, S. and Tait, A. M. (2021). Elevation models for reproducible evaluation of terrain representation. Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 48:1, 63–77. DOI: 10.1080/15230406.2020.1830856

Files (46.4 MB)
Name Size
Bryce_Canyon_ASCII.zip
md5:2745672c5515216fd20a92101ef016c6
46.4 MB Download
44
16
views
downloads
All versions This version
Views 4444
Downloads 1616
Data volume 742.3 MB742.3 MB
Unique views 3333
Unique downloads 1616

Share

Cite as