Thaw Slump Activity Via Close-range ‘Structure from Motion’ in Time-lapse Using Ground-based Autonomous Cameras

Lindsay Faye Armstrong
Northwestern Arctic Canada is one of the most rapidly warming regions in the Arctic (Serreze et al., 2009). Retrogressive thaw slumps (RTS) are one of the most dramatic thermokarst features in permafrost terrain (Kokelj et al., 2013). Many studies have focused on describing the distribution of thermokarst landscapes (i.e., Olefeldt et al., 2016), as well as change in thermokarst terrain over the historical record (i.e., Kokelj and Jorgenson, 2013). However, improved high temporal and spatial...
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