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Automatic mapping of event landslides at basin scale in Taiwan using a Montecarlo: approach and synthetic land cover fingerprints
We propose a framework to systematically generate event landslide inventory maps from satellite images in southern Taiwan, where landslides are frequent and abundant. The spectral information is used to assess the pixel ...
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 ...
Sensor Data Integration for Landslide Monitoring: the LEMONADE Concept
The project LEMONADE (LandslidE MOnitoriNg And Data intEgration) aims to combine different techniques investigating their benefits and drawbacks. We present the different techniques used to monitor the active Corvara ...
Landslide Monitoring with Multi-Sensor and Temporal Scale Approaches: A Test Site in Alpine Environment
Landslides in alpine environment are present as earthflows, rock falls, shallow slides, debris flows, among others. The dynamics of the surface deformations have many causes, among them the inner geomorphological processes, ...
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 ...
Cascading hazard risk assessment of a rockslide dam outburst flood in an alpine river basin
Earthquakes and heavy precipitation events represent the main triggering factors of mass movements such as landslides, rockslides or debris flows. The overall hazard potential is increased significantly if the mass ...