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"Aerial photography is traditionally used …
"Aerial photography is traditionally used to provide a birds-eye view of the geothermal area of interest, often providing the first views of a prospect. Aerial photos can be invaluable for identifying areas of interest that need to be included in geologic field mapping, as well as serve as orientation guides in the field. One type of aerial photography, termed low-sun-angle (LSA) aerial photography, can be used to identify areas of uplift associated with faults (Bell, et al., 2009). LSA photos are taken when the sun is between 10-25° above horizon at a scale of 1:12,000 or larger. Elevation accuracy can be as good as 0.3 m using this method. Snow-Melt photography and analysis is a valuable and low cost tool for local and regional heat flow assessments." cannot be used as a page name in this wiki.annot be used as a page name in this wiki. +
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