Charles B. Yuill presents “Integrating Airborne and Terrestrial Laser Scanning with GPS for Heritage Site and Structure Documentation, Management and Monitoring in West Virginia’s Industrial Landscape”
On Friday, September 26, 2014, 3:15-4:40 pm in the Visual Arts Building
Charles Yuill works with landscape architecture and environmental design at the Davis College at West Virginia University. His presentation, designed with colleagues Peter Butler and Adam Rielly, focuses on the use of terrestrial laser scanning for heritage and cultural resources. He will delve into case studies including Fallingwater, Arthurdale, the Virginia Iron Furnace, and Blennerhasset Island that have used airborne and terrestrial laser scanning with GPS within these sites. In his presentation, Yuill will focus on the application of drone use to historic structures and landscapes of West Virginia. Don’t miss it!
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The activity has been financed in part with Federal funds from the National Park Service, Department of the Interior and the WV Division of Culture & History, State Historic Preservation Office.
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