Lecture Notes in Computer ScienceAdvances in Visual ComputingPoisson Reconstruction of Extreme Submersed Environments: The ENDURANCE Exploration of an Under-Ice Antarctic Lake

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TitleLecture Notes in Computer ScienceAdvances in Visual ComputingPoisson Reconstruction of Extreme Submersed Environments: The ENDURANCE Exploration of an Under-Ice Antarctic Lake
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsFebretti, A, Richmond, K, Gulati, S, Flesher, C, Hogan, BP, Johnson, A, Stone, W, Priscu, JC, Doran, PT
Series EditorHutchison, D, Kanade, T, Kittler, J, Kleinberg, JM, Mattern, F, Mitchell, JC, Naor, M, Nierstrasz, O, C. Rangan, P, Steffen, B, Sudan, M, Terzopoulos, D, Tygar, D, Vardi, MY, Weikum, G, Bebis, G, Boyle, R, Parvin, B, Koracin, D, Fowlkes, C, Wang, S, Choi, M-H, Mantler, S, Schulze, J, Acevedo, D, Mueller, K, Papka, M
Series TitleLecture Notes in Computer Science
Volume7431
Number of Pages394 - 403
PublisherSpringer Berlin Heidelberg
CityBerlin, Heidelberg
ISBN Number978-3-642-33179-4
Abstract

We evaluate the use of Poisson reconstruction to generate a 3D bathymetric model of West Lake Bonney, Antarctica. The source sonar dataset has been collected by the ENDURANCE autonomous vehicle in the course of two Antarctic summer missions. The reconstruction workflow involved processing 200 million datapoints to generate a high resolution model of the lake bottom, Narrows region and underwater glacier face. A novel and flexible toolset has been developed to automate the processing of the Bonney data.

URLhttp://www.springerlink.com/content/hg97w43588229087/
DOI10.1007/978-3-642-33179-4_38