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Transmission tower classification based on landslide risk Map generated by Geographical Information System (GIS) at Cameron Highlands

N K Hazwani, C O Rohayu, U Fathoni, I N Z Baharuddin, Z A Azwin
2013 IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environment  
A landslide risk hazard map is generated using Geographical Information System (GIS).  ...  This method can be applied in slope monitoring activities since all towers have been classified based on their risk level. Therefore, maintenance schedule can be planned smoothly and efficiently.  ...  This software provides a comprehensive tool for assessing temporal environment data. A combination of GIS and Remote Sensing is useful for environmental auditing [3] .  ... 
doi:10.1088/1755-1315/16/1/012133 fatcat:qyzlxjyth5aylmgyfseml3wrj4

GEOSPATIAL DATA INTEGRATION FOR ASSESSING LANDSLIDE HAZARD ON ENGINEERED SLOPES

P. E. Miller, J. P. Mills, S. L. Barr, S. J. Birkinshaw
2012 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
This is based on the extraction of key slope stability variables from the remotely sensed data.  ...  For a test site located in England, UK, results have shown the utility of the approach in deriving practical hazard assessment information.  ...  The authors would like to acknowledge Ordnance Survey for royalty-free provision of mapping data.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-xxxix-b5-529-2012 fatcat:ujr5xlokebhxpdgk5mkbdjh3he

Remote sensing of landslides: An analysis of the potential contribution to geo-spatial systems for hazard assessment in mountainous environments

Graciela Metternicht, Lorenz Hurni, Radu Gogu
2005 Remote Sensing of Environment  
Accordingly, this paper presents and discusses previous applications of remote sensing tools as related to these three main phases, proposing a conceptual framework for the contribution of remote sensing  ...  The use of remote sensing data, whether air-, satellite-or ground-based varies according to three main stages of a landslide related study, namely a) detection and identification; b) monitoring; c) spatial  ...  The authors thank Dr Markus Schatzman for comments on earlier versions of manuscript, and to three anonymous reviewers for critical inputs that helped improving the quality of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rse.2005.08.004 fatcat:e747dfrqjfcxzhnxr6roc5hhfy

Methods of Landslide Detection using GIS and Remote Sensing Images

2019 International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology  
The comparative analysis and the current research challenges for designing the automated landslide detection framework discussed based on the literature review.  ...  Thus using the remote sensing images, the monitoring of landslide introduced. The landslide prediction using the remote sensing images however suffered from the various challenges.  ...  Therefore, researchers focused on introducing the cost-effective and simple approach for continue assessing the landslide regions where the slope stability monitoring performs to check if the weather there  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijeat.b3499.129219 fatcat:xqj6oiginramroa7ndapoob3ra

Introductory Chapter: Importance of Investigating Landslide Hazards [chapter]

Ram L. Ray, Maurizio Lazzari
2020 Landslides - Investigation and Monitoring  
Currently, remote sensing technologies are used in landslide monitoring, mapping, hazard prediction and assessment, inventory and detection, and other investigations.  ...  Recently, remote sensing data and spatial analysis tools are widely used in landslide studies, including landslide detection, assessment, hazard, mapping, and inventories [10] [11] [12] .  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.94279 fatcat:fmnlhlprovd7nekdufvqul52cy

Application of Remote Sensing and GIS for Landslide Disaster Management: A Case from Abay Gorge, Gohatsion–Dejen Section, Ethiopia [chapter]

Shiferaw Ayele, Tarun K. Raghuvanshi, P. M. Kala
2014 Advances in Geographical and Environmental Sciences  
For this purpose Landslide Hazard Zonation (LHZ) mapping using integrated Remote Sensing and GIS technique was carried out so as to classify the land surface into zones of varying degree of hazard.  ...  Thus, the landslide hazard zonation mapping produced through present study will be useful to the planners and engineers to know the zones which are prone for landslide disaster and they may evolve suitable  ...  The deterministic approach provides the quantitative results for landslide hazard that can be directly used in the engineering design.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-4-431-54871-3_2 fatcat:zljbsqt3dnb7zgxcl7mzpke5qm

Introducing the remote sensing of hazardous terrain: Table 1

M. R. Teeuw
2007 Geological Society Special Publication  
Dowman & Balan provide a new approach for correcting errors that occur when linking together DEMs produced by the Shuttle Radar Table 1 . 1 Summary of topics covered in this book Type of remote sensing  ...  Kervyn et al. provide a comprehensive review of optical and radar approaches to the satellite remote sensing of volcanic terrain, with case studies from Hawaii and the Rungwe rift valley of Tanzania.  ... 
doi:10.1144/sp283.1 fatcat:dysclmha4rgebcdfdepefzws6m

Disaster Management And Mapping Using Remote Sensing And Gis

Pattusamy S
2014 Zenodo  
By identifying the landslides, remote sensing and GIS, help managing the vulnerable disaster.  ...  This paper depicts the landslide based on the analysis on a case study which aimed to identify landslide potential zones in Coonoor Taluk of Nilgiris in Tamilnadu.  ...  Landslide identification, which is a crucial parameter for any regional landslide hazard assessment, can be well done particularly with satellite remote sensing data.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1000049 fatcat:dsjk7iwrzfhdrnzjdt24nvutry

Landslide Hazard Zonation along the MH SH-73 at Kelghar Ghat, Satara, Maharashtra

Subhash Vishnu Karande
2021 International journal of research and review  
Remote Sensing and GIS were used for the landslide hazard zonation of this section.  ...  Keywords: GIS, Landslide Hazard Zonation, Remote Sensing, Susceptibility, Sahyadri, Kelghar.  ...  Remote Sensing and GIS have widely used for the demarcation of landslide hazard zones and mapping of probability of occurrence [11] .  ... 
doi:10.52403/ijrr.20210968 fatcat:oakmhjmi2rcf5o5zwrjbpepmia

Assessment of Landslide Susceptibility Based on Multiresolution Image Segmentation and Geological Factor Ratings

GongHao Duan, JunChi Zhang, Shuiping Zhang
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
data, the relevant geological evaluation factors, including the slope gradient, slope structure, and engineering rock group, were rated based on expert experience.  ...  susceptibility levels for a specific area, respectively.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank Three Gorges Reservoir Area Geological Disaster Prevention and Control Work Command for providing access to the landslide data for the needs of this study  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17217863 pmid:33120996 fatcat:ry24zjz3crg5xi4jd4at2grbhi

Remote Sensing for Landslide Investigations: From Research into Practice

Marco Scaioni
2013 Remote Sensing  
The impressive progress of remote sensing techniques has given a great contribution to research on landslides during the last two decades.  ...  Like global navigation satellite systems (GNSS), engineering geodesy techniques and geotechnical sensors, satellite and ground-based remote sensing have become the routine solutions adopted for assessment  ...  This paper demonstrates how useful multi-source remote sensing data is for the characterization of steep slopes where geodetic benchmarks cannot be installed.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs5115488 fatcat:x52lzyobinc3xk7yzlip42sxsu

The role of remote sensing in geomorphology and terrain analysis in the Canadian Cordillera

Olav Slaymaker
2001 International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation  
Remote sensing, from aerial photography to satellite imagery, constitutes a powerful tool for improving accuracy and precision of extensive large-scale geomorphoiogical surveys, making it possible to investigate  ...  Remote sensing is transforming geomorphology into a more global science, and it is influencing the development of environmental policy with respect to geomorphological problems.  ...  Such topics as mapping and assessing terrain stability, forest road engineering, soil conservation, gully assessment, hazard assessment keys for evaluating site sensitivity to soil degrading processes,  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0303-2434(01)85016-9 fatcat:vq6o6s6abbaxtiu54az7ewnm44

An Integrated Approach for Monitoring and Information Management of the Guanling Landslide (China)

Wei Hou, Xuejun Lu, Pengda Wu, An Xue, Liuke Li
2017 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
This paper has presented an integrated approach for mapping and analyzing spatial features of a landslide from remote sensing images and Digital Elevation Models (DEMs).  ...  The combination of remote sensing and GIS has emerged as an effective approach to detect, identify, map, survey, and monitor existing hazards [11, 12, 19] .  ...  We are grateful to China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research and China Aero Geophysical Survey & Remote Sensing Center for Land and Resources for providing data.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi6030079 fatcat:tydhqaaxjvdxbbio3jx3fple6y

ICL journal "Landslides" and the Kyoto 2020 Commitment

Kyoji Sassa
2018 Landslides. Journal of the International Consortium on Landslides  
sensing techniques (ground-based, space-borne), and micro/nano seismometric approaches, susceptibility, and hazard assessment.  ...  ., Gorobtsov D.N.) are familiar with remote sensing, geological environment variability monitoring, and quantity models creations on the base of GIS systems for hazards and risk forecasting.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10346-018-1047-4 fatcat:tnt7ucz52zbhlnzghvuyk7pj34

Landslide hazard assessment: recent trends and techniques

Sudhakar D Pardeshi, Sumant E Autade, Suchitra S Pardeshi
2013 SpringerPlus  
However, no one method is accepted universally for effective assessment of landslide hazards.  ...  Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System (GIS) are powerful tools to assess landslide hazards and are being used extensively in landslide researches since last decade.  ...  Application of Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System is of immense importance for effective landslide hazard assessment.  ... 
doi:10.1186/2193-1801-2-523 pmid:25674398 pmcid:PMC4320231 fatcat:74clqyhgmfashh3xihemjvu5xa
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