Daily Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) scans of an eroding soft cliff at Happisburgh, UK (April-September 2019)
This dataset contains 169 point-cloud elevation and colour intensity data collected daily along a 450 metre coastal stretch at Happisburgh, UK, over a time span of 9 months (April 6, 2019 to September 30, 2019). Also included are subsets of these point-clouds, named slices and grids. Scans were taken approximately daily, and on some days only one scanner was run resulting in half-size scans. A single FARO S350 LiDAR scanner was placed at two fixed locations on the beach, spaced 178 metres alongshore and between 30 to 40 metres from the 10 metre high cliff. The duration of the scanning at each location was around 30 minutes. This data was collected to better understand the dynamic of beach-cliff and shore platform interaction along soft cliffed coasts. ScanLAB Projects Ltd were responsible for the collection of the data under the United Kingdom Research and Innovation (UKRI) Innovate UK funded project “Multiscale 3D Scanning with Framerate for TV and Immersive Applications”. The data are restricted to non-commercial use and requests for access should be directed to ScanLAB Projects LTD.
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Use of these data is covered by the following licence: http://artefacts.ceda.ac.uk/licences/cuncgl. When using these data you must cite them correctly using the citation given on the CEDA Data Catalogue record.
The raw data collected was further filtered and co-registered during post processing using FARO scene software. The global position of each TLS was recorded using a Leica GS15 at the end of the 9 month capture period. Then the exported scan data was transformed spatially to the GPS position and orientation recorded on-site, using ScanLABs proprietary processing software. All elevations are shown relative to Ordnance Datum Newlyn. The data are archived on the British Oceanographic Data Centre (BODC)'s space at the Centre for Environmental Data Analysis (CEDA) and assigned a DOI. No quality control procedures were applied by BODC.
The data are provided as-is with no quality control undertaken by the British Oceanographic Data Centre (BODC). The data suppliers have not indicated if any quality control has been undertaken on these data.
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