Glacier Bay, Alaska, from the Ground, Air and Space
This video contains a mix of live action video, stills, and computer animations of the Glacier Bay National Park in Glacier Bay, Alaska.
Satellite mapping and imagery are used to show changes in the Glacier Bay area over a period of several years. Specific image processing techniques are discussed in relation to determining the evolution of glacier terminus points and in obtaining elevation data and how it is used to create fly-by visualizations of the area.
The full, narrated 13-minute Glacier Bay video
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NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio
- Cindy Starr (Global Science and Technology, Inc.) [Lead]
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Datasets used in this visualization
Model Collected with DTED Level 1 (3 arc second) USGS
LandsatID: 471973, 1980, 1983, 1986
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