Down-slope combination of orbital and ground-based DInSAR for the efficient monitoring of slow-moving landslides
Document typeConference report
PublisherVDE Conference Publications
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This paper seeks to demonstrate that radar-based remote sensing techniques are as effective as conventional geotechnical ones for geo-hazard assessment and mitigation. Concretely, this work encourages the proper combination of differential synthetic aperture radar (SAR) interferometry (DInSAR) results, using high-resolution X-band SAR data coming from orbital and ground-based SAR sensors, for the efficient monitoring of slow-moving landslides.
CitationIglesias, R., Monells, D., Centolanza, G., Mallorqui, J.J., Fabregas, F., Aguasca, A. Down-slope combination of orbital and ground-based DInSAR for the efficient monitoring of slow-moving landslides. A: European Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar. "Proceedings 10th European Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar". Berlin: VDE Conference Publications, 2014, p. 842-845.
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