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|Title:||Testing Different Techniques for Detection, Rapid Mapping and Monitoring of Landslides in the Barcelonnette Region Using Satellite and Airborne Optical Imagery|
|Authors:||VAN DEN EECKHAUT MIET; HERVAS DE DIEGO Francisco|
|Citation:||Landslide Monitoring Technologies & Early Warning Systems - Current Research and Perspectives for the Future - ISSN: 1017-8880 vol. 82 p. 38-39|
|Publisher:||Geological Survey of Austria|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Within SafeLand the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission is involved in three research areas, i.e. Area 2 on ¿Quantitative risk assessment¿, Area 3 on ¿Quantifying global change scenarios (climatic and anthropogenic) and their impact on land-slide hazard and risk in the future.¿ and Area 4 on ¿Development of monitoring technology, especially early warning systems and remote sensing techniques, and applications¿. This abstract focuses on the activities within Area 4. A short overview will be provided of the research planned by JRC. For more elaborate information on the techniques presented, reference is made to some clarifying research articles.|
|JRC Institute:||Sustainable Resources|
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