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A Comparison of the Signal from Diverse Optical Sensors for Monitoring Alpine Grassland Dynamics
Grasslands cover up to 40% of the mountain areas globally and 23% of the European Alps and affect numerous key ecological processes. An increasing number of optical sensors offer a great opportunity to monitor and address ...
A Methodology for Heterogeneous Sensor Data Organization and Near Real-Time Data Sharing by Adopting OGC SWE Standards
Finding a solution to collect, analyze, and share, in near real-time, data acquired by heterogeneous sensors, such as traffic, air pollution, soil moisture, or weather data, represents a great challenge. This paper describes ...
Detection and Monitoring of Slow Slope Movement using Remote, Proximal and Ground Sensing in Alpine Regions: the ALPSMOTION Project
Deep-seated gravitational slope deformations as well as permafrost creep (i.e. rock glaciers) represent common geomorphological phenomena in high alpine areas. The systematic observation of changes over time caused by the ...