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Publications tagged with [landslide monitoring]

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We define landslide Early Warning Systems and present practical guidelines to assist end-users with limited experience in the design of landslide Early Warning Systems (EWSs). In particular, two flow chart-based tools coming from the results of the SafeLand ...
Reference: Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 13, 85–90, 2013
<p>An active landslide in Doren, Austria, has been studied by multitemporal airborne and terrestrial laser scanning from 2003 to 2012. To evaluate the changes, we have determined the 3D motion using the range flow algorithm, an established method in computer ...
Reference: Remote Sens. 2013, 5, 2720-2745; doi:10.3390/rs5062720
We explore two landslide triggering mechanisms that are associated with time-dependent, cyclic loading of the sliding interface. The first is shear strength degradation due to seismic shaking leading to velocity weakening of the sliding interface. We show ...
Reference: IJEGE.2013-06.B-03
<p>In this paper preliminary results of the Cat-1 project &rdquo;Landslides forecasting analysis by displacement time series derived from Satellite and Terrestrial InSAR data&rdquo; are presented. The project focuses on landslide forecasting analysis, based ...
Reference: Proc. ‘Fringe 2011 Workshop’, Frascati, Italy, 19–23 September 2011 (ESA SP-697, January 2012)
The Dawson City landslide is a prehistoric slope failure at the northern end of the town. It occurred along the faulted contact between an ultramafic unit from the Slide Mountain terrane and a metasedimentary unit from the Yukon-Tanana terrane. The very blocky ...
Reference: Yukon Exploration and Geology 2011, K.E. MacFarlane and P.J. Sack (eds.), Yukon Geological Survey, p. 17-26
The papers that are here presented and sum-marised represent the recent scientific contributions of someauthors coming from different countries and working in the fields of monitoring, modelling, mapping and design of mitigation measures against mass movements. ...
Reference: Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 11, 1583–1588, 2011
Precipitation-induced landslide is one of the most important geo-hazards that claim many casualties every year world-side. To mitigate this hazard, the present text addresses monitoring and early warning in relatively small and shallow slope failures that ...
Reference: Proceedings of Indian Geotechnical Conference December 15-17,2011, Kochi (Invited Talk-1)
<p>The &lsquo;Cirque des Graves&rsquo; and the &rsquo;Fosses du Macre&rsquo; landslides in Normandy (France) are slow- moving rotational and translational coastal landslides characterized by surface displacement of a few cm per year. The permanent landslide ...
Reference: PROCEEDINGS OF THE ‘MOUNTAIN RISKS’ INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE / FIRENZE, ITALY, 24-26 NOVEMBER 2010
A total of 4200 landslides have been identified in the Three Gorges Reservoir area. It is planned that a total of 3200 landslides (i.e., 75% of the total number of landslides) will be monitored. Since 2003, the authors have carried out a geo-hazard real-time ...
Reference: J. SE Asian Appl. Geol., Sep–Dec 2010, Vol. 2(3), pp. 170–184
<p>This paper reports experimental data on surface and deep displacements evaluated by means of GPS stations and inclinometers in two rototranslational deep landslides in a clayey slope of the Italian Southern Apennines. The displacements of the landslides ...
Reference: Nat Hazards, Srpinger, 2010