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Suitability Assessment of X-Band Satellite SAR Data for Geotechnical Monitoring of Site Scale Slow Moving Landslides

Guadalupe Bru, Joaquin Escayo, José Fernández, Jordi Mallorqui, Rubén Iglesias, Eugenio Sansosti, Tamara Abajo, Antonio Morales
2018 Remote Sensing  
This work addresses the suitability of using X-band Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data for operational geotechnical monitoring of site scale slow moving landslides, affecting urban areas and infrastructures  ...  We propose a procedure for the practical use of SAR data in geotechnical landslides campaigns, that includes an appropriate dataset selection taking into account the scenario characteristics, a visibility  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank ASI and DLR for providing the COSMO-SkyMed data (delivered under an ASI license to use) and the TerraSAR-X data (project GEO1409), respectively.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs10060936 fatcat:2cci22cdbjg5rfp44qn7mx7nwm

Monitoring Landslide-Induced Displacements with TerraSAR-X Persistent Scatterer Interferometry (PSI): Gimigliano Case Study in Calabria Region (Italy)

Bianchini Silvia, Cigna Francesca, Del Ventisette Chiara, Moretti Sandro, Casagli Nicola
2013 International journal of geosciences  
In order to assess any spatial and temporal patterns of deformation, the present X-band PS data were compared with historical motion rates derived from ERS1/2 and ENVISAT satellites, and with geological  ...  This work provides a detailed detection of landslide-induced displacements at local scale on Gimigliano site (Italy), by means of PSI (Persistent Scatterers Interferometry) analysis, exploiting TerraSAR-X  ...  Field information was partly derived from the report required by the Task Force of UNICAL (University of Calabria)-Landslides Emergency within Gimigliano Municipality.  ... 
doi:10.4236/ijg.2013.410144 fatcat:raylynzbcbhezcxn74cqwjdcxa

From Picture to Movie: Twenty Years of Ground Deformation Recording Over Tuscany Region (Italy) With Satellite InSAR

Silvia Bianchini, Federico Raspini, Lorenzo Solari, Matteo Del Soldato, Andrea Ciampalini, Ascanio Rosi, Nicola Casagli
2018 Frontiers in Earth Science  
The first InSAR applications at regional scale date back to 2009, relying on historical SAR archives of ERS and ENVISAT satellites for updating subsidence and landslide inventory maps at a certain temporal  ...  Nowadays, the availability of Sentinel-1 SAR data with a regular and systematic 6-days acquisitions plan, allows near-real time monitoring of deformative scenario at regional scale rather than solely mapping  ...  To this aim, multi-temporal satellite InSAR approach used as a near-real-time monitoring tools can offer a great support for investigating slow-moving geo-hazards at regional scale.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feart.2018.00177 fatcat:z4ahvqmszrfu3jnleu242it4cy

Remote Sensing for Landslide Investigations: An Overview of Recent Achievements and Perspectives

Marco Scaioni, Laura Longoni, Valentina Melillo, Monica Papini
2014 Remote Sensing  
The second regards landslide monitoring, which entails both ground deformation measurement and the analysis of any other changes along time (e.g., land use, vegetation cover).  ...  The first class comprehends techniques for landslide recognition, i.e., the mapping of past or active slope failures.  ...  In particular, satellite A-DInSAR is a suitable method for monitoring large areas affected by slow landslides, while GBSAR is more efficient for continuous monitoring of small sites.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs6109600 fatcat:af5qjdswareyhi7lqclhib2hey

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  
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  ...  spatial resolution optical and infrared imagery of Ikonos, Quickbird, IRS CartoSat-1, ALOS, the satellite based interferometric SAR (InSAR and DInSAR of Radarsat, ERS, Envisat, TerraSAR-X, Cosmo/ SkyMed  ...  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

Exploitation of Large Archives of ERS and ENVISAT C-Band SAR Data to Characterize Ground Deformations

Chiara Del Ventisette, Andrea Ciampalini, Michele Manunta, Fabiana Calò, Luca Paglia, Francesca Ardizzone, Alessandro Mondini, Paola Reichenbach, Rosa Mateos, Silvia Bianchini, Immaculada Garcia, Balázs Füsi (+15 others)
2013 Remote Sensing  
The anonymous reviewers are thanked for their critical review and for constructive comments that helped to improve the manuscript.  ...  Moritz Landslide Table 2 . 2 C-Band satellite images available for each DORIS test site.  ...  This paper presents the results obtained by the exploitation of large archives of satellite C-band SAR data under the auspices of DORIS (Ground Deformation Risk Scenarios: an advanced Assessment Service  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs5083896 fatcat:7mkfunhdefew3edvev4wc5seba

The contribution of satellite SAR-derived displacement measurements in landslide risk management practices

Federico Raspini, Federica Bardi, Silvia Bianchini, Andrea Ciampalini, Chiara Del Ventisette, Paolo Farina, Federica Ferrigno, Lorenzo Solari, Nicola Casagli
2016 Natural Hazards  
Analysis of satellite SAR data is demonstrated to play a major role in the investigation of landsliderelated events at different stages, including detection, mapping, monitoring, characterization and prediction  ...  InSAR (SAR interferometry) is currently one of the most exploited techniques for the assessment of ground displacements, and it is becoming a consolidated tool for Civil Protection institutions in addressing  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank the Italian Department of Civil Protection for continuous support during the landslide-related emergencies described above.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11069-016-2691-4 fatcat:udsjc3ethbf67h6py6a4cpryei

Integration between ground based and satellite SAR data in landslide mapping: The San Fratello case study

Federica Bardi, William Frodella, Andrea Ciampalini, Silvia Bianchini, Chiara Del Ventisette, Giovanni Gigli, Riccardo Fanti, Sandro Moretti, Giuseppe Basile, Nicola Casagli
2014 Geomorphology  
In particular, several slow-moving rotational and translational slides occurred in the area, making it suitable to monitor ground instability through different InSAR techniques.  ...  and monitoring activities of the San Fratello landslide (Sicily, Italy).  ...  This study was founded by the Seventh Framework Program of European Commission: Landslide Modelling and Tools for vulnerability assessment preparedness and recovery management (LAMPRE).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2014.06.025 fatcat:cgpejs7rsne57pg5oqmgpfzmsu

Building Deformation Assessment by Means of Persistent Scatterer Interferometry Analysis on a Landslide-Affected Area: The Volterra (Italy) Case Study

Silvia Bianchini, Fabio Pratesi, Teresa Nolesini, Nicola Casagli
2015 Remote Sensing  
The methodology described in this paper aims at detecting terrain motions and building deformations at the local scale, by means of satellite radar data combined with in situ validation campaigns.  ...  In recent years, space-borne InSAR (interferometric synthetic aperture radar) techniques have shown their capabilities to provide precise measurements of Earth surface displacements for monitoring natural  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank GEOPROGETTI-Studio associato (geologists Francesca Franchi and Emilio Pistilli) for making the geological and geotechnical data on Volterra available.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs70404678 fatcat:hd3pb25p4vgd3jhnbi7c7fmvse

Integration of Satellite Interferometric Data in Civil Protection Strategies for Landslide Studies at a Regional Scale

Silvia Bianchini, Lorenzo Solari, Davide Bertolo, Patrick Thuegaz, Filippo Catani
2021 Remote Sensing  
This work aims at showing the innovative operational use of satellite radar interferometric products in Civil Protection Authority (CPA) practices for monitoring slow-moving landslides.  ...  In the third monitoring level, MTInSAR data integrated with ground-based data are exploited to confirm active slow-moving deformations detected by on-site instruments.  ...  Acknowledgments: All of the Sentinel-1 SAR images were processed by TRE ALTAMIRA srl, using the SqueeSAR technique. The Valle D'Aosta Regional Authority provided the landslide inventory map.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13101881 fatcat:c5lvwbrcyvaaphqulogrgokcwa

Integrated Procedure for Monitoring and Assessment of Linear Infrastructures Safety (I-Pro MONALISA) Affected by Slope Instability

Donato Infante, Diego Di Martire, Domenico Calcaterra, Pietro Miele, Anna Scotto di Santolo, Massimo Ramondini
2019 Applied Sciences  
In this way, the use of high-resolution X-band synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data, characterized by short revisiting times, has demonstrated to be a powerful tool for a periodical noninvasive monitoring  ...  In the present work, we suggest a semiautomatic GIS approach, which, by using satellite radar interferometry data and results of geomorphological field survey integrated in a qualitative vulnerability  ...  The authors are grateful to the precious support given by the anonymous reviewers for their valuable observations and suggestions to improve the quality of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app9245535 fatcat:r25a5dng4zfkndh3pjks7rkfpu

Geological Interpretation of PSInSAR Data at Regional Scale

Claudia Meisina, Francesco Zucca, Davide Notti, Alessio Colombo, Anselmo Cucchi, Giuliano Savio, Chiara Giannico, Marco Bianchi
2008 Sensors  
(developed by Politecnico of Milano) for the processing of data acquired by SAR sensors [2] .  ...  This paper presents an application of PSInSAR™ technique for detecting and monitoring ground displacements at regional scale in the Piemonte Region.  ...  patterns of motions of PS points: 1:10,000 scale topographic maps, aerial orthophotos acquired at 1:10,000 scale during 2000, geology, Digital Elevation Models (20 x 20 m), landslide inventory and geotechnical  ... 
doi:10.3390/s8117469 pmid:27873940 pmcid:PMC3787456 fatcat:kbrvoj3q6rbeznzp43z3x4mgea

Entering the Era of Earth Observation-Based Landslide Warning Systems: A novel and exciting framework

Keren Dai, Jianbing Peng, Qin Zhang, Zheng Wang, Tengteng Qu, Chaoyang He, Deren Li, Jingnan Liu, Zhenhong Li, Qiang Xu, Roland Burgmann, David Milledge (+4 others)
2020 IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Magazine  
E arly warning systems (EWSs) to detect and monitor landslides are a great challenge.  ...  A growing body of geotechnical theory suggests that prefailure behavior can offer clues to the location and timing of impending catastrophic failures.  ...  Note that spaceborne In-SAR currently has a minimum repeat cycle of six days for Sentinel-1, one day for COSMO-SkyMed [30] , 11 days for TerraSAR-X, and longer for other satellites, which represents a  ... 
doi:10.1109/mgrs.2019.2954395 fatcat:4swgdquoc5cwvhsj3amtgqgiha

Landslide deformation monitoring with ALOS/PALSAR imagery: A D-InSAR geomorphological interpretation method

Romy Schlögel, Cécile Doubre, Jean-Philippe Malet, Frédéric Masson
2015 Geomorphology  
The InSAR-derived displacement rates are consistent with ground-based measurements and with remote estimates of the displacement from C-band and X-band satellite SAR sensors.  ...  The results demonstrate the potential of L-band ALOS/PALSAR imagery for the monitoring of active landslides with important changes in the soil surface state and covered by vegetation.  ...  identified for two InSAR monitoring periods (T2, T4).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2014.11.031 fatcat:bsaqyklnnbcynklprs47nm76h4

A GIS-Based Procedure for Landslide Intensity Evaluation and Specific risk Analysis Supported by Persistent Scatterers Interferometry (PSI)

Silvia Bianchini, Lorenzo Solari, Nicola Casagli
2017 Remote Sensing  
Moreover, the proposed procedure is easily managed and repeatable in other case studies, as well as exploiting different SAR sensors in L-or X-band.  ...  In this work, we propose a qualitative approach at municipal scale for producing a "specific risk" map, supported by recent satellite PSI (Persistent Scatterer Interferometry) data derived from SENTINEL  ...  Acknowledgments: Authors would like to thank GEOPROGETTI Company (geologists Francesca Franchi and Emilio Pistilli) for making the geological and geotechnical data on Volterra available.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs9111093 fatcat:75axycziezhfphu2ge55cpqkni
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