DOM_2020-0032 (Burgerbukta)

DOM_2020-0032
Model information
data doi 10.5281/zenodo.6320818
easting 527222.94
island Spitsbergen
land Torell Land
locality Burgerbukta
northing 8552998.38
crs epsg 32633
Technical specs
acq. camera lens 10.26
acq. camera model Hasselblad L1D-20c
acq. date 2020-08-26
acq. georeferencing built-in GPS
proc. alignment accuracy Highest
proc. camera stations 170
proc. camera total error 1.9409 m
proc. coverage area 2.27 km2
proc. dc filter conf min 5
proc. dem point density 8.49 points/m2
proc. dem resolution 0.0343 m/pix
proc. depth map accuracy High
proc. flying altitude 597 m
proc. ground resolution 0.0172 m/pix
proc. mesh filter con comp 99
proc. sc filter proj acc 0.3
proc. sc filter recon uncert 70
proc. sc filter reproj error 5
proc. software Agisoft Metashape
proc. software version 1.7.1.11797

Digital outcrop model of the Kruseryggen and Urnetoppen cliffsides in Burgerbukta, Southern Spitsbergen. The profile shows an outcrop of the Mid Carboniferous to Late Permian deposits. The succession shows (mid-) late Carboniferous alluvial red-bed deposits of the Hyrnefjellet Formation (Fm.) which grade upwards into being interbedded by shallow-marine sandy deposits. Overlying the Hyrnefjellet is the Parallic to shallow marine sandstone and carbonates of the late Carboniferous to early Permian Treskelodden Fm. which is completely carbonate dominated towards its top. Overlying the Treskelodden Fm. is inner shelf chert deposits of the late Permian Kapp Starostin Fm. The boundary between the Treskelodden and Kapp Starostin Fm’s in Burgerbukta records a major unconformity. Both the Hyrnefjellet and Treskelodden Fm’s were affected by syn-sedimentary faulting in Burgerbukta area evidenced by the large amount of conglomerate deposits adn small growth faults. In addition, most clear in the Treskelodden and Kapp Starostin Fm’s is Tertiary reverse faults formed during the West Spitsbergen Fold and Thrust belt.