New paper in "Remote Sensing": Basin Scale Assessment of Landslides Geomorphological Setting by Advanced InSAR Analysis

(15/03/2017)

An extensive investigation of more than 90 landslides affecting a small river basin in Central Italy was performed by combining field surveys and remote sensing techniques. Basic information, such as landslides mapping and landslides type definition, have been acquired thanks to geomorphological field investigations and multi-temporal aerial photos interpretation, while satellite SAR archive data (ERS and Envisat) have been analysed by means of A-DInSAR (Advanced Differential Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar) techniques, techniques to evaluate landslides past displacements patterns. Multi-temporal assessment of landslides state of activity has been performed basing on geomorphological evidence criteria and past ground displacement measurements obtained by A-DInSAR.

 

Bozzano F., Mazzanti P., Perissin D., Rocca A., De Pari P. & Discenza M.E., 2017. Basin Scale Assessment of Landslides Geomorphological Setting by Advanced InSAR Analysis. Remote Sensing, 9(3), 267; DOI:10.3390/rs9030267.