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Identifying-Ancient-Settlement-Patterns-through-LiDAR-in-the-Mosquitia-Region-of-Honduras-pone.0159890.s001.ogv(Ogg multiplexed audio/video file, Theora/Vorbis, length 20 s, 654 × 480 pixels, 1.19 Mbps overall)


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English: Animation of the central area of the City of the Jaguar (Site 955). Major mounds are digitized in red. Vegetation represents a color-shaded version of the point cloud data. Underlying color shaded DSM has a resolution of 1 m/pixel.
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Source S1 Movie from Fisher C, Fernández-Diaz J, Cohen A, Neil Cruz O, Gonzáles A, Leisz S, Pezzutti F, Shrestha R, Carter W (2016). "Identifying Ancient Settlement Patterns through LiDAR in the Mosquitia Region of Honduras". PLOS ONE. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0159890. PMID 27560962. PMC: 4999160.
Author Fisher C, Fernández-Diaz J, Cohen A, Neil Cruz O, Gonzáles A, Leisz S, Pezzutti F, Shrestha R, Carter W
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