San Antonio University Finds Faults With Help From Drones

The pizza box-sized drone and its high-definition camera can make observations that were once possible only with a rope and a climbing harness.

By Paul FlahiveAugust 23, 2018 9:30 am| , , ,

From Texas Public Radio:

For two years, Trinity University associate professor of geosciences Ben Surpless has been bringing students to southern Utah to study the Sevier fault system.

This past trip, he tried something new: He and his students mapped the rock outcroppings with drones.

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