Target Specific:

The Garlock fault and the surrounding mountainous terrain, as shown in the photograph below: perspective - from the camera's perspective as shown in the photograph below. (At the moment that the below photograph was taken.)

Target Description:

As per the picture below. The photo below is a Landsat image. The Garlock fault is near the bottom of this photo, and it divides the Great Basin Desert (in the north) and the Mojave Desert (in the south). The Great Basin has a highly varied mountainous topology, containing more than 160 mountain ranges and more than 150 discrete desert basins.


Here is a picture:


Here are the SAM input data for the target:

surface: surface
surface: irregular topology
land: land
land: natural
land: irregular topology
land: steep peaks
atmospherics: natural smells
natural object(s): natural object(s)
natural object(s): on a surface
mountain: mountain(s)
mountain: one
mountain: multiple
nonsurface structure(s): nonsurface structures
light: bright
environment: natural
environment: harsh natural
sounds: noticeably quiet
temperatures: moderate
dominant session elements: natural environment
sketches: natural object on a surface
sketches: horizontal base surface
sketches: sloping or peaking base surface(s)