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Abstract

Summary

The objective of the newly started project is monitoring the ongoing landslide processes. This will be achieved by using of an innovative methodology for continuous monitoring of landslide areas by integrating interferometric images and GNSS data from permanent and local geodetic networks. The study will give reliable data for ongoing risky geo-processes for the region of the Northeastern Bulgaria, known with several large active landslides. These results are important for understanding the origin and dynamics of landslide processes as well as assessing the resulting hazards. Local archive with Sentinel-1A/B images for this region is created and interferograms are produced.

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2019-09-18
2020-06-07
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