Publication(s) with 2005-12 dataset

Li, Z., Z. Zeng, and R.L. Bruhn (2009), Using LiDAR Data Visualization to Investigate Origin of Uphill-facing Scarps in Mountains, Alaska, 2009 International Conference on Environmental Science and Information Application Technology, 84-87. doi: 10.1109/ESIAT.2009.93
Li, Z., R. L. Bruhn, T. L. Pavlis, M. Vorkink, and Z. Zeng (2010), Origin of sackung uphill-facing scarps in the Saint Elias orogen, Alaska: LIDAR data visualization and stress modeling, Geological Society of America, 122, 1585-1599.
Pavlis, T. L. and Bruhn, R. L. (2010), Application of LIDAR to resolving bedrock structure in areas of poor exposure: An example from the STEEP study area, southern Alaska, Geological Society of America Bulletin doi: 10.1130/B30132.1
Hobbs, S., D. Paull, and J. Clarke (2017), Testing the Water Hypothesis: Quantitative Morphological Analysis of Terrestrial and Martian Mid-latitude Gullies, Geomorphology, 295, 705-721, doi: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2017.08.021
Heinlein, S., T. Pavlis, and R. Bruhn (2021), Development of Surface Ruptures by Hanging-Wall Extension over a Thrust Ramp along the Ragged Mountain Fault, Katalla, Alaska, USA: Applications of High-Resolution Three-Dimensional Terrain Models, Geosphere, 17(2), 582-601, doi: 10.1130/GES02097.1