Using Drone Technology To Examine An Earth Fissure

Using Drone Technology To Examine An Earth Fissure

Drone visual of a fresh earth fissure in the Tator Hills area, southern Pinal County. AZGS is experimenting with drone technology as a tool for mapping fissures and other surface features, e.g. landslide masses. Drone operator B. Gootee (AZGS).

29 thoughts on “Using Drone Technology To Examine An Earth Fissure”

  1. Its all Trump and Obamas fault—– Get it? FAULT—-harharhar. So when ya gonna talk about the various celestial bodies approaching?

  2. So this is the “Trump Effect” – shitty weather, world-wide protests, and the earth splitting in half.

  3. Скоро должен явиться припозднившийся с 1999 г. “король ужаса” – Ангол Муа !

  4. I have a feeling that this and other large surface cracks are being caused by the changing shape of our planet that is being caused by shifting weight distribution due to melting poles and possible pole shifts. Like making a snow ball when you change the shape of it in one location the other locations relieve the stress with cracks

  5. Could you please insert the google maps location of that location? Thank you very much!

  6. How did you all get out there? Was is a long walk or did you hide your motorbikes in a bush somewhere?

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