This year's group trip to the Owyhee was a great success. I, with much help from everyone, filled in some gaps in the map and the stratigraphy; we all found some new stuff; explored some new areas; acquired valuable field data; and met some very cool people. I am madly compiling the gigpans I took and just remembered that I needed to reduce the GPS data for the boulder measurements. Just got that done. Here are some screen shots:
Look at each and note the very high correspondence between the two types of data--LiDAR and High-Precision GPS. It is a whole new world. Don't fall off.