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Global climate change causes increases in the torrential rainfall brought by typhoons and the monsoon in Taiwan. Torrential rain in turn causes landslides, debris flows, and the formation of earth dams. Most dams were formed in remote mountainous areas and are difficult to reach for safety evaluation at the beginning of their formation. A long distance and non-destructive testing methodology is necessary for evaluating the safety of landslide dams. This study used an infrared imager fordoaj:f178d21c46994b84bbd617ae3026c634 fatcat:gx73hgpzcrbwvbaxpldmkz4jii