DOM_2019-0001 (Fortet)

Model information
locality Fortet
land Bünsow Land
island Spitsbergen
easting 536117.72
northing 8734612.28
crs epsg 32633
Technical specs
data owner Julian Janocha, Kim Senger
data reference Julian Janocha
acq. date 2019-08-02
acq. reference Julian Janocha
acq. camera model Hasselblad L1D-20c
acq. camera lens 10.26 mm
acq. georeferencing built-in GPS
proc. camera stations 124
proc. camera total error 1.71271 m
proc. ground resolution 0.146 m/pix
proc. dem resolution 0.584 m/pix
proc. dem point density 2.93 points/m2
proc. flying altitude 621 m
proc. coverage area 1.74 km2
proc. reference Julian Janocha

Low resolution overview model of Fortet and adjacent Petuniabukta/Adolfbukta Mountain face. The Petuniabukta mountain side is capped by Wordiekammen Black Crag beds which are locally intersected by solution collapse breccia pipes.Underlying the Black Crag beds is the Minkinfjellet Formation which is mostly scree covered but comprises the Fortet Member at the Fortet locality. The Fortet member is a sollution collapse breccia within the Minkinfjellet Formation and is the result of extensive gypsum dissolution and subsequent collapse of the overburden. The Adolfbukta mountain face displays gypsum, carbonate and sandstone beds of the Minkinfjellet Formation.