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Multi-temporal and Multi-source Alpine Glacier Cover Classification
This work presents a multi-temporal and multi-source approach for glacier cover classification, i.e. bare soil, glacier ice, firn, and snow. The method is based on Hidden Markov Model (HMM) and Support Vector Machine (SVM) ...
Spatiotemporal variations of alpine climate, snow cover and phenology
Understanding the relationships between vegetation phenology and its seasonal drivers under varying site conditions is of high interest in mountain areas, since alpine ecosystems are assumed to be particularly sensitive ...
Exploiting InSAR and multi-source data to study periglacial environments in the Alps at different space and time scales
The slope instability in alpine areas is a phenomenon related to superficial landslides, deep-seated gravitational slope deformations and permafrost creep. The systematic monitoring of changes over time caused by the slope ...