3D textured models of the along the Roseau Fault scarp between Les Saintes and Dominica (Lesser antilles): Seafloor rupture of the 2004 Mw 6.3 Les Saints earthquake
|Author(s)||Escartin Javier1, Arnaubec Aurelien2, Gracias Nuno3, Istenic Klemen3|
|Affiliation(s)||1 : Laboratory of Geology (UMR8538), Dept. of Geosciences, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris, France
2 : Unité Systemes Marins, IFREMER, La Seyne sur mer
3 : Computer Vision and Robotics Institute, University of Girona
|Keyword(s)||Seafloor mapping, optical maping, 3D models, Structure from motion, fault scarp, fault rupture, Caribbean, faulting|
3D terrain models with optical texture, captured by ROV VICTOR along the Roseau Fault Scarp (French Antilles) during the 2017 SUBSAINTES Cruise. These models (in .obj format), are scaled, oriented, and fully georeferenced.
|Acknowledgements||Data acquired during the SUBSAINTES 2017 cruise.|
3D models are derived from HD video imagery acquired by ROV VICTOR, and processed using structure-from-motion (SFM) techniques. 3D moels include the video-derived texture after illumination and colour correction.