DOM_2020-0027 (Meyerfjellet)

Model information
locality Meyerfjellet
land James I Land
island Spitsbergen
easting 499570.48
northing 8736756.77
crs epsg 32633
data doi 10.5281/zenodo.6170665
Technical specs
acq. date 2020-09-08
acq. camera model Hasselblad L1D-20c
acq. camera lens 10.26 mm
acq. georeferencing built-in GPS
proc. software Agisoft Metashape
proc. software version
proc. alignment accuracy highest
proc. depth map accuracy high
proc. camera stations 222
proc. camera total error 1.99793 m
proc. ground resolution 0.11 m/pix
proc. dem resolution 0.22 m/pix
proc. dem point density 20.7 points/m2
proc. flying altitude 793 m
proc. coverage area 1.4 km2
proc. dc filter conf min 4
proc. mesh filter con comp 99

Digital outcrop model of the 788 m high Meyerfjellet peak. It is located on the peninsula between Ekmanfjorden and Dicksonfjorden, and is wedged between Kapitolbreen and Meyerbreen. The peak is made up of a doleritic intrusion, not previously mapped. The intrusion belongs to the Diabasodden Suite, which represents the High Arctic Large Igneous Province on Svalbard. The intrusion is emplaced at the contact between the Gipshuken Formation and the Kapp Starostin Formation. The western side appears more snow-covered, as those images were taken a few days before the photos of the eastern side, when the snow had largely melted away.