Digital elevation models for landslide evolution monitoring: application on two areas located in the Reno River Valley (Italy)

A. Pesci, P. Baldi, A. Bedin, G. Casula, N. Cenni, M. Fabris, F. Loddo, P. Mora, M. Bacchetti

Abstract


GPS, digital photogrammetry and laser scanning techniques have been applied and compared in the frame of the studies of two complex landslides located in the Emilia-Romagna Region (Northern Italy). The three approaches, characterized by different accuracies, applicability and costs, have demonstrated to be efficient tools to define
Digital Elevation Models computed in the same reference system and able to provide data on the landslide motion. The results described in the paper indicate the present low level of landslide activity in recent years. Reliability, costs and execution times of the applied surveying methods are shown and discussed in this paper.

Keywords


Digital Elevation Model;landslide;GPS;digital photogrammetry;laser scanning

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.4401/ag-3348
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