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Research Article

An Integrated Use of Topography with RSI in Gully Mapping, Shandong Peninsula, China

Table 1

Basic information of the experiment data.

DataTime (GMT)Spatial resolution (m)Explanation

Quickbird image2004-5-15: 2:02:360.6Visible light (red, green, and blue)
Elevation: 59.687558° 
Azimuth 119.714057°
DEM5DEM raster data
RTK-GPS2008-40.5The level accuracy of dynamic measurement is 10 mm ± 1 ppm. The vertical accuracy of dynamic measurement is 20 mm ± 1 ppm
Aerial photographs (DOM)2008-50.25Visible light (red, green, and blue). Orthographical correction

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