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https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-10-1245-2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-10-1245-2016
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Which are the highest peaks in the US Arctic? Fodar settles the debate

Matt Nolan and Kit DesLauriers

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We measured the heights of the five tallest peaks in the US Arctic using fodar, a new airborne photogrammetric technique using structure-from-motion software. The highest peaks are Mt Isto (2735.6 m), Mt. Hubley (2717.6 m), Mt. Chamberlin (2712.3 m), Mt. Michelson (2698.1 m), and an unnamed peak (2694.9 m). We found fodar suitable for topographic change detection on the centimeter scale in steep mountain terrain, such as for measuring snow depths.