Survey data from: Quantitative relationships between roughness and geology in California rocky shores

These data include Terrestrial Laser Scanner (TLS; Trimble VX Spatial Station) survey files of 12 rocky intertidal outcrops in Central and Northern California as compendium of the paper “Quantitative relationships between roughness and geology in California rocky shores” by Ivano Aiello, currently in review in the the Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface. The surveys were done between 2013 and 2016 by Professor Aiello and graduate students at Moss Landing Marine Laboratories’ Geological Oceanography Lab: Justin Peglow (2013) and Ashley Wheeler (2015). Survey data for each site includes control points and survey points in AutoCAD DXF (Drawing Exchange Format). See AielloDataTLSCaliforniaRockyShoresREADME.rtf for more information.

Survey locations:
Pigeon Point South (PPS)
Kibesillah Hill (KH)
Mackerricher (MAC)
Pigeon Point North (PPN)
Point St. George (PSG)
Fort Bragg (FTB)
Shelter Cove (SCO)
Soberanes Point (SOB)
False Klamath Cove (FKC)
Pyramid Point (PYP)
Hopkins Marine St. (HOP)
Point Piños (POPI), 2013-2016


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