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In early June 2013 a large landslide was triggered at the area of Pechgraben, situated in a mountainous area of Upper Austria. Only several hours after the onset of the first movements, a geophysical investigation program was started to support the planning of the disaster response actions as well as the design of a follow up early warning system. The geophysical methods included geoelectric profiling, geoelectrical monitoring, borehole logging, GPS, inclinometric, piezometric, soil humidity and optical monitoring as well as airborne geophysics. Within this paper results of different methods are given and evaluated on their role within disaster mitigation.

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2014-09-08
2020-04-02
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