詹瑜璋博士 副研究員
中央研究院地球科學研究所 構造地質與遙測研究室
Yu-Chang Chan, PhD, Associate Research Fellow
Structural Geology and Remote Sensing Laboratory
Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica, TAIWAN

 

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I am a geologist who is curious about the development of geologic structures and surface processes that shape the evolving landscapes on Earth. I like the idea of a multidisciplinary approach to understanding the fundamental processes from the Earth’s surface to the very bottom of the crust. Indeed, geologic deformation and surface evolution may lead to extremely complex natural phenomena, and we hope to observe, decipher and understand them by the basic laws of physics, chemistry, and most recent advances in remote sensing technologies. Field-based research is emphasized in the studies because ground truth observations are essential for testing hypotheses and understanding how nature really works.

Crustal-Scale Taiwan Mountain Belt with Geologic Units and Major Boundary Faults

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  • Full-sized anaglyph image of the Taiwan topography. Red/blue glasses are required to see the 3D effect. Image source: Chang, K.J., Chan,Y.-C., Chen, R.F., 2009. Anaglyph image: the useful platform for morphotectonic communication. Western Pacific Earth Sciences, 9, 1-13. [Download]
  • Detailed comparisons among aerial photograph, tree height, LiDAR DSM and DEM shaded-relief maps from a small area of the Coastal Range. [Download]
  • The anaglyph image and DEM differencing result of the Hsiaolin landslide after the Morakot Typhoon. [Download]
  • The Special Issue on "Potential Geohazards of the Taipei Metropolitan Area" Terr. Atmos. Ocean. Sci., vol. 21, no. 3. [Download, 122 Mb]
bullet Airborne LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) topographic mapping: One of the major foundations for future studies of earth sciences
bulletHigh-resolution ground displacement field determined from aerial photogrammetry and particle image velocimetry(PIV)
bullet Detailed and effective geological mapping using high-resolution DEMs in 3D spatial systems
bullet Characterizing and assessing landslide hazard by the 3D discrete element method
bullet Characteristics of metamorphic fluids and how they might facilitate earthquake processes

 

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