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Detailed rockslide mapping in northern Norway with small baseline and persistent scatterer interferometric SAR time series methods

Rockslides have a high socioeconomic and environmental importance in many countries. Norway is particularly susceptible to large rockslides due to its many fjords and steep mountains. One of the most dangerous hazards related with rock slope failures are tsunamis that can lead to large loss of life. It is therefore very important to systematically identify potential unstable rock slopes. Traditional landslide monitoring techniques are expensive and time consuming.

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T.R. Lauknes

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Tom-Rune.Lauknes [at] norut.no
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Lauknes, T. R., Shanker, A. P., Dehls, J. F., Zebker, H. A., Henderson, I. H. C., & Larsen, Y. (2010). Detailed rockslide mapping in northern Norway with small baseline and persistent scatterer interferometric SAR time series methods. Remote Sensing of Environment114(9), 2097-2109.

Comparison between automated and manual mapping of typhoon triggered landslides from SPOT-5 imagery

Two large tropical cyclones struck Taiwan in the summer of 2004 and landslides triggered by these events caused not only casualties and housing damage but also produced large volumes of sediment that entered rivers and reservoirs. For reservoir and watershed management it is important to quickly identify the location and areal extent of new landslides for coordinating

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K. Chang

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ktchang [at] ntu.edu.tw
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Borghuis, A. M., Chang, K., & Lee, H. Y. (2007). Comparison between automated and manual mapping of typhoon‐triggered landslides from SPOT‐5 imagery. International Journal of Remote Sensing28(8), 1843-1856.

Geospatial technology in landslide mitigation - A case study in Nilgiris District

Landslides constitute one of the major natural catastrophes, which account for considerable loss of life and damage to communication routes, human settlements, agricultural and forestland. Most of the terrain in mountainous areas have been subjected to slope failures under the influence of variety of terrain factors and figured by events such as extreme rainfall or earthquake. In India, landslides are occurring frequently in Himalayan region in North and Western Ghats in South.

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VIDHYA, D. GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGY IN LANDSLIDE MITIGATION–A CASE STUDY IN NILGIRIS DISTRICT.

Landslide Susceptibility Mapping using Image Satellite and GIS Technology

Landslides are among the great destructive factors which cause lots of fatalities and financial losses all over the world every year. The aim of the research was landslide susceptibility mapping by remote sensing data processing and GIS spatial analysis. The area study in research is

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Shahabi, H., B. B. Ahmad, and S. Khezri. "Landslide susceptibility mapping using image satellite and GIS technology." International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology. Vol. 1. No. 6 (August-2012). ESRSA Publications, 2012.

Characterization of Landslide Deformations in Three Gorges Area Using Multiple InSAR Data Stacks

In the areas with steep topography and vulnerable geological condition, landslide deformation monitoring is an important task for risk assessment and management. Differential Synthetic-Aperture Radar interferometry (D-InSAR) and Persistent Scatterer Interferometry (PS-InSAR) are two advanced SAR Interferometry techniques for detection, analysis and monitoring of slow moving landslides.

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Lu Zhang

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luzhang [at] whu.edu.cn
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Tantianuparp, P., Shi, X., Zhang, L., Balz, T., & Liao, M. (2013). Characterization of landslide deformations in three gorges area using multiple InSAR data stacks. Remote Sensing5(6), 2704-2719.

Bréifne Area Landslides Susceptibility Mapping

The aims of this project were to identify and map landslide occurences in the Bréifne area in norwth-west Ireland; to proue a landslide susceptibility map using GIS; and to test a first approach for a methodology for systematic landslide mapping for the whole of Ireland. The methodology used to derive the final susceibility maps was compiled from several literature examples (Santacana et a l. 2003, Tangestani 2003, Morton et al. 2003).

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Pellicer, X. M., & Verbruggen, K. (2006). Testing a Remote Sensing based methodology for systematic production of landslides susceptibility maps for Ireland. In Geophysical Research Abstracts (Vol. 8, p. 06847).

Use of LIDAR in landslide investigations: a review

This paper presents a short history of the appraisal of laser scanner technologies in geosciences used for imaging relief by high-resolution digital elevation models (HRDEMs) or 3D models.

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Michel Jaboyedoff

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michel.jaboyedoff [at] unil.ch
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Teshebaeva, K., Sudhaus, H., Wetzel, H. U., Echtler, H., Zubovich, A., & Roessner, S. (2013, October). Radar remote sensing for surveying and monitoring of earthquakes and mass movements in Southern Kyrgyzstan. Inand Young Researchers’ Forum.

Radar remote sensing for surveying and monitoring of earthquakes and mass movements in Southern Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan is landlocked mountainous nation of around five million people, which borders China, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. The total area of high mountainous terrain, alpine meadows and pastures exceeds 70% of the Republic’s territory, whereas the greater part of the Kyrgyz Republic is occupied by the Tien-Shan mountains. Kyrgyzstan is a highly active seismic region and has been shaken by numerous significant earthquakes as a consequence of the ongoing collision between the Indian and Eurasian tectonic plates.

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Kanayim Teshebaeva

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k.teshebaeva [at] caiag.kg
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Teshebaeva, K., Sudhaus, H., Wetzel, H. U., Echtler, H., Zubovich, A., & Roessner, S. (2013, October). Radar remote sensing for surveying and monitoring of earthquakes and mass movements in Southern Kyrgyzstan. Inand Young Researchers’ Forum.

Remote sensing as a tool for development of landslide databases: The case of the Messina Province (Italy) geodatabase

Landslide geodatabases, including inventories and thematic data, today are fundamental tools for national and/or local authorities in susceptibility,

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Ciampalini, A., Raspini, F., Bianchini, S., Frodella, W., Bardi, F., Lagomarsino, D., ... & Casagli, N. (2015). Remote sensing as tool for development of landslide databases: The case of the Messina Province (Italy) geodatabase.Geomorphology.

Robust Automated Image Co-Registration of Optical Multi-Sensor Time Series Data: Database Generation for Multi-Temporal Landslide Detection

Reliable multi-temporal landslide detection over longer periods of time requires multi-sensor time series data characterized by high internal geometric stability, as well as high relative and absolute accuracy.

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Robert Behling

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behling [at] gfz-potsdam.de
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Behling, R., Roessner, S., Segl, K., Kleinschmit, B., & Kaufmann, H. (2014). Robust automated image co-registration of optical multi-sensor time series data: Database generation for multi-temporal landslide detection. Remote Sensing6(3), 2572-2600.

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