Landslide Studies Integrating Remote Sensing and Geophysical Data

Landslide investigation and monitoring is increasingly
combining inputs from remotely sensed (RS), groundbased, and subsurface data. RS (optical, InSAR, UAV) and
geophysical data (electrical, seismic, seismological and
electro-magnetic, and 1-/2-/3-D surveys, as well as
borehole information) together provide a more
comprehensive view of those geohazard phenomena,
especially if active mass movements are considered.
Emerging extended (Virtual) reality (XR) technologies (that
have already been used for quite some time in other
geoscience fields, mostly those related to exploitation, but
less in geohazard research) may help to overcome
difficulties of complex model visualisation and

Dr. Hans-Balder Havenith
Dr. Romy Schlögel
Dr. Francesca Cigna
Dr. Veronica Pazzi
Dr. Marc-Henri Derron

Deadline for manuscript
30 April 2022

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