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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, ...
Assessing hypertemporal Sentinel-1 coherence maps for land cover monitoring
This paper presents the main concepts and the initial analysis of the ESA SEOM project SInCohMap “EXPLOITATION OF SENTINEL-1 INTERFEROMETRIC COHERENCE FOR LAND COVER AND VEGETATION MAPPING”. The project evaluates the ...
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 ...
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 ...
Altitude-dependent influence of snow cover on alpine land surface phenology
Snow cover impacts alpine land surface phenology in various ways, but our knowledge about the effect of snow cover on alpine land surface phenology is still limited. We studied this relationship in the European Alps using ...
Soil moisture estimation by SAR in Alpine fields using Gaussian Process Regressor trained by model simulations
In this paper, we address the problem of retrieving soil moisture over a grassland alpine area from Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data using a statistical algorithm trained by simulations of a physical model. A time series ...