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DOI: 10.3997/2214-4609.201903427
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The Digital Geoscience Revolution – Where Are We Now?

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“…The emergence of structure-frommotion (SfM) photogrammetry (e.g., Westoby et al, 2012;Smith et al, 2016), essentially utilizing many overlapping images to construct a DOM, has led to mainstream adoption of DOMs in both teaching (e.g., Senger et al, 2021a;Bond and Cawood, 2021) and research (e.g., Anell et al, 2016;Marques et al, 2020;Rabbel et al, 2018). We consider this a major technology-driven revolution in the geosciences as introduced by Buckley et al (2019a), similar in significance to the adoption of 3D seismic acquisition that revolutionized our understanding of the subsurface (Cartwright and Huuse, 2005).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The emergence of structure-frommotion (SfM) photogrammetry (e.g., Westoby et al, 2012;Smith et al, 2016), essentially utilizing many overlapping images to construct a DOM, has led to mainstream adoption of DOMs in both teaching (e.g., Senger et al, 2021a;Bond and Cawood, 2021) and research (e.g., Anell et al, 2016;Marques et al, 2020;Rabbel et al, 2018). We consider this a major technology-driven revolution in the geosciences as introduced by Buckley et al (2019a), similar in significance to the adoption of 3D seismic acquisition that revolutionized our understanding of the subsurface (Cartwright and Huuse, 2005).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%