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Estimation of Subsidence in Po Delta Area (Northern Italy) by Integration of GPS Data, High-Precision Leveling and Archival Orthometric Elevations

Massimo Fabris, Vladimiro Achilli, Andrea Menin
2014 International journal of geosciences  
This procedure was tested and applied in the Po Delta area (northern Italy), historically subject to high subsidence rates: the leveling benchmarks of 1983 were measured with the GPS technique in 2008.  ...  Subsidence in a deformation area can be measured in various ways, examples being conventional high-precision leveling, differential InSAR and multi-temporal GPS surveys.  ...  In this area, subsidence was monitored by GPS in 2008 on archival benchmarks and compared with elevations measured in 1983.  ... 
doi:10.4236/ijg.2014.56052 fatcat:wqzoo4jidvgcpfyhln5o7t4gqe

Integration of GNSS and Satellite InSAR Data: Derivation of Fine-Scale Vertical Surface Motion Maps of Po Plain, Northern Apennines, and Southern Alps, Italy

Gregorio Farolfi, Silvia Bianchini, Nicola Casagli
2019 IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing  
, and Southern Alps in Italy.  ...  displacement motion values provided by geological data and other previous works performed at local scale.  ...  More in detail, the area is characterized by minor subsidence along Po river plain with localized higher rates on the Po coastal delta along Adriatic Sea [13] - [17] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/tgrs.2018.2854371 fatcat:6ir3xbk4mbhohlhyghhzq3hyqm


G. Artese, S. Fiaschi, D. Di Martire, S. Tessitore, M. Fabris, V. Achilli, A. Ahmed, S. Borgstrom, D. Calcaterra, M. Ramondini, S. Artese, M. Floris (+3 others)
2016 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
The Emilia Romagna Region (N-E Italy) and in particular the Adriatic Sea coastline of Ravenna, is affected by a noticeable subsidence that started in the 1950s, when the exploitation of on and off-shore  ...  In this work, we present the comparison between the results obtained with DInSAR and GPS techniques applied to the study of the land subsidence in the Ravenna territory.  ...  GPS GPS campaigns have been carried out in an area affected by subsidence close to the industrial area of Ravenna.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-xli-b7-23-2016 fatcat:u2pnecgtjvemnbkhkrty6wgbqi

A century of land subsidence in Ravenna, Italy

P. Teatini, M. Ferronato, G. Gambolati, W. Bertoni, M. Gonella
2005 Environmental Geology  
During the last few decades, geodetic campaigns based on geometric high precision leveling, SAR interferometry, and GPS have monitored the Ravenna area.  ...  The regions facing the northern Adriatic Sea are particularly vulnerable to sea-level rise. Several trade ports are located there, and the area is important from social and economical viewpoints.  ...  Some of the Porto Corsini 1993-2014 data were obtained by the DSTN/APAT/ISPRA website. The seacoast unit of Regione Emilia-Romagna is also acknowledged for useful discussion.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00254-004-1215-9 fatcat:jgo266jvf5fuxa7rfhfltxkrci

Application and analysis of geodetic protocols for monitoring subsidence phenomena along on-shore hydrocarbon reservoirs

Antonio Montuori, Letizia Anderlini, Mimmo Palano, Matteo Albano, Giuseppe Pezzo, Ilaria Antoncecchi, Claudio Chiarabba, Enrico Serpelloni, Salvatore Stramondo
2018 International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation  
Acknowledgements Authors thank ESA for providing ERS and Envisat SAR data used in this work.  ...  The present work is supported and funded both by Italian Economic Development Ministrythe Italian Ministry of Economic Development (MISE) under the MISE-DGRME research project (ID 0752.010).  ...  Here, we present results achieved for two selected pilot areas: the Ravenna coastal area (northern Italy) and the southeastern Sicily (southern Italy).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jag.2018.02.011 fatcat:fsmzyomqsfculgryewaqir6lqy

From ERS 1/2 to Sentinel-1: Subsidence Monitoring in Italy in the Last Two Decades

Lorenzo Solari, Matteo Del Soldato, Silvia Bianchini, Andrea Ciampalini, Pablo Ezquerro, Roberto Montalti, Federico Raspini, Sandro Moretti
2018 Frontiers in Earth Science  
Because of its geological context, Italy is prone to slow natural subsidence phenomena sometimes aggravated and accelerated, especially along the coasts and in urbanized areas, by anthropogenic factors  ...  The final goal of the review is to demonstrate the added value of InSAR data in supporting groundwater management and urban development in Italy.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors want to thank the associate editor Victoria Miller and the reviewers for their valuable suggestions and comments which improved the quality of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feart.2018.00149 fatcat:qcb5ja3jxfdxrobl2h2zdzhxcu

How Groundwater Level Fluctuations and Geotechnical Properties Lead to Asymmetric Subsidence: A PSInSAR Analysis of Land Deformation over a Transit Corridor in the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area

Mohammad Khorrami, Babak Alizadeh, Erfan Ghasemi Tousi, Mahyar Shakerian, Yasser Maghsoudi, Peyman Rahgozar
2019 Remote Sensing  
Finally, data derived from in situ instruments as groundwater level variations, GPS observations, and soil properties were collected and analyzed to interpret the results.  ...  The goal is to find the most crucial areas suffering from subsidence or uplift and to enhance the previous reports in this metropolitan area.  ...  We convey our gratitude to the United States Geological Survey (USGS) for GPS data, Los Angeles County Department of Public Works (LACDPW) for providing groundwater data, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs11040377 fatcat:y5q5tkpu4jfr7orot7bjiox4xi

Coastline evolution of the Po River Delta (Italy) by archival multi-temporal digital photogrammetry

Massimo Fabris
2019 Geomatics, Natural Hazards & Risk  
Ground deformation areas can be monitored with geomatic methodologies which provide high-precision and high-resolution data.  ...  between land subsidence and areas submerged by the sea, although they are also greatly influenced by human activities and sea level rise which increasingly exposing the area to the risk of widespread  ...  (a) Location of PRD area (northern Italy). (b) Regional boundaries and studied coastal area, corresponding to about 200 km 2 (dashed yellow line).  ... 
doi:10.1080/19475705.2018.1561528 fatcat:f2bbgoehire57oum7usefvmk74

Tide gauges and Geodesy: a secular synergy illustrated by three present-day case studies

Guy Wöppelmann, Susanna Zerbini, Marta Marcos
2006 Comptes rendus Geoscience  
This article gives a brief history of tidal observation and then explains how this discipline is closely linked both to geodesy and to oceanography.  ...  Over the last few decades, the use of space-borne radar altimetry has dramatically improved our knowledge and understanding of the oceans.  ...  Acknowledgements Altimetry data have been kindly provided by Wolfgang Bosch of the DGFI (Deutsches Geodätisches Forschungsinstitut) in Munich.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.crte.2006.07.006 fatcat:fiifssobjfaxfei6fezpojtgny

The impact of relative sea level rise on the Northern Adriatic Sea coast, Italy

L. Carbognin, P. Teatini, L. Tosi
2009 Management of Natural Resources, Sustainable Development and Ecological Hazards II   unpublished
The availability of tide gauge data in Trieste, Venice, and Ravenna, along the Northern Adriatic coast, allows accurate assessment and meaningful observations of sea level changes.  ...  The lowlying coast of the Northern Adriatic Sea, between the Venetian territory to the north and the Ravenna area to the south, is very sensitive to land and sea elevation changes.  ...  Introduction The Northern Adriatic coastal area, from the Venice region northward to the Ravenna region southward ( fig. 1) , is underlain by a subsiding sedimentary basin.  ... 
doi:10.2495/rav090121 fatcat:6bsxjhhb7jdcdjarn7pbjmxbx4

Subsidence in the Dutch Wadden Sea

Peter.A. Fokker, Freek.J. van Leijen, Bogdan Orlic, Hans van der Marel, Ramon.F. Hanssen
2018 Geologie & Mijnbouw  
The focus will be toward anthropogenic causes of subsidence, and how to understand them; how to measure and monitor and use these measurements for better characterisation and forecasting; with some details  ...  Consequently, NAP benchmarks are not optimal for monitoring physical processes such as land subsidence.  ...  The other GPS monitor stations are managed by NAM and the data are processed by 06-GPS.  ... 
doi:10.1017/njg.2018.9 fatcat:zgokeddkh5baxgbhef5vcj5v4y

Sea-level rise in Venice: historic and future trends (review article)

Davide Zanchettin, Sara Bruni, Fabio Raicich, Piero Lionello, Fanny Adloff, Alexey Androsov, Fabrizio Antonioli, Vincenzo Artale, Eugenio Carminati, Christian Ferrarin, Vera Fofonova, Robert J. Nicholls (+10 others)
2021 Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences  
Between 1993 and 2019, an average change of about +2.76 ± 1.75 mm/year is estimated from tide-gauge data after removal of subsidence.  ...  relative sea-level rise in Venice by 2100 ranges between 32 and 62 cm for the RCP2.6 scenario and between 58 and 110 cm for the RCP8.5 scenario, respectively.  ...  that are directly overflown by the satellite (along-track data).  ... 
doi:10.5194/nhess-21-2643-2021 fatcat:njji4nlcazhkzhvz7diybcnjtu

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2020 IGARSS 2020 - 2020 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium  
..................................... 802 USING WRAPPED INSAR PHASE Alessandro Parizzi, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany TU2-R3.7: SUBSIDENCE MONITORING ALONG RAVENNA COASTAL AREA (NORTHERN ....  ...  ............................... 810 ITALY) BY INSAR AND GPS DATA Marco Polcari, Letizia Anderlini, Matteo Albano, Giuseppe Pezzo, Valeria Secreti, Enrico Serpelloni, Stramondo Salvatore, Trasatti Elisa  ... 
doi:10.1109/igarss39084.2020.9323828 fatcat:6aittajt35gufeaugcmemu5cya