GIS is used to track fracture orientation

Examples of ways GIS can be used to explore a variety of issues and problems

Track fracture orientation graphic

Track fracture orientation: Patrick Dwyer (left) explains a project conducted with Anthony Soricelli under the direction of Dr. Gary Lash (right) to Dr. Walther Barnard (middle). They tracked the orientation of fractures along a segment of Canadaway Creek in Fredonia. They were able to incorporate their rose plots in ArcVew 3.2a.

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