This work describes the potentiality of Persistent Scatterers Interferometry (PSI) techniques into mapping, monitoring and characterizing some pattern of deformations related to different slow geological processes: landslides, subsidence, periglacial activity and other processes related to natural or anthropic causes. The study area is located in the NW Italy (>20,000 km2). Radarsat Canadian satellite (2003–2010) and European Remote-Sensing Satellite (ERS) satellite data (1992–2000) processed with advanced algorithm (SqueeSAR™) were used. Some representative case histories are here presented.

Map and Monitoring Slow Ground Deformation in NW Italy Using PSI Technique

NOTTI, DAVIDE;MEISINA, CLAUDIA;ZUCCA, FRANCESCO;
2015

Abstract

This work describes the potentiality of Persistent Scatterers Interferometry (PSI) techniques into mapping, monitoring and characterizing some pattern of deformations related to different slow geological processes: landslides, subsidence, periglacial activity and other processes related to natural or anthropic causes. The study area is located in the NW Italy (>20,000 km2). Radarsat Canadian satellite (2003–2010) and European Remote-Sensing Satellite (ERS) satellite data (1992–2000) processed with advanced algorithm (SqueeSAR™) were used. Some representative case histories are here presented.
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