[unav_all] EGU 2019 | Landslide investigation using Remote Sensing and Geophysics | Call for abstracts

Antonio Abellan, PhD Eng. antonio.abellanfernandez at gmail.com
Tue Jan 8 10:02:13 MST 2019


Dear colleagues,

We would like to draw your attention to the exciting EGU 2019 session
entitled ”*Landslide investigation using Remote Sensing and Geophysics*”
https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2019/session/32484

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*This session welcomes innovative contributions and lessons learned from
noteworthy case studies using a myriad of remote sensing and geophysical
techniques and algorithms. The discussion of recent experiences and the use
of advanced processing methods and innovative algorithms that integrate
data from remote sensing and geophysics with other survey types are highly
encouraged, especially with regard to their use on (rapid) mapping,
characterizing, monitoring and modelling of landslide behaviour, as well as
their integration on real-time Early Warning Systems and other prevention
and protection initiatives. Other pioneering applications using big data
treatment techniques, data-driven approaches and/or open code initiatives
for investigating mass movements using the above described techniques will
also be considered on this session. Examples of succesful applications of
remote sensing and geophysical techniques applied to landslide
investigation include optical and radar sensors, new satellite
constellations (including the emergence of the Sentinel-1A and 1B),
Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) / Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)
/ drones, high spatial resolution airborne LiDAR missions, terrestrial
LIDAR, Structure-from-Motion (SfM) photogrammetry, time-lapse cameras,
multi-temporal Synthetic Aperture Radar differential interferometry
(DInSAR), GPS surveying, Seismic Reflection, Surface Waves Analysis,
Geophysical Tomography (seismic and electrical), Seismic Ambient
Vibrations, Acoustic Emissions, Electro-Magnetic surveys, low-cost
(/cost-efficient) sensors, commercial use of small satellites,
Multi-Spectral images, Real time monitoring, in-situ sensing, etc.*


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*Invited Talk*: prof. Denis Jongmans, from the Polytech Grenoble –
Université J. Fourier, will be the guest speaker of the session.

Hope to see you there!

Best regards,

The session conveners: Antonio Abellan, Janusz Wasowski, Masahiro Chigira,
André Stumpf, Jan Burjanek

PS: Please keep in mind that the abstract submission deadline is
approaching very fast: *January the 10th*




*Antonio Abellán |  PhD*








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