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Multi-Temporal X-Band Radar Interferometry Using Corner Reflectors: Application and Validation at the Corvara Landslide (Dolomites, Italy)
From the wide range of methods available to landslide researchers and practitioners for monitoring ground displacements, remote sensing techniques have increased in popularity. Radar interferometry methods with their ability ...
A Near Real Time Monitoring System for Alpine and Mountain Regions
Multispectral sensors at medium resolution are characterized by large coverage and frequent revisit times and are useful to describe features of the land, cryosphere and atmosphere that can be used for studies of status ...
COSMO-SKYMED AND RADARSAT IMAGE INTEGRATION FOR SOIL MOISTURE AND VEGETATION BIOMASS MONITORING
This research aims at analyzing the integration of C and X band data collected from Radarsat2 (RS2) and COSMO-SkyMed (CSK) systems on two Italian test areas, located in South-Tyrol and in Tuscany, close to Florence, to ...
Small Baseline Subset (SBAS) InSARAnalysis Using Sentinel-1 Data for Monitoring Landslide Deformation in the Alps
New generations of radar satellites (e.g. TerraSAR-X, Cosmo-SkyMed, Sentinel-1A/B) with short repeat-pass cycles and high spatial resolutions have enhanced the capabilities for acquiring data over large areas shortly after ...
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 ...