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  List of Accepted Contributions - NH3.13 Remote sensing and ground-based geophysical techniques for recognition, characterisation and monitoring of unstable slopes

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Lin, H.-M.; Wu, J.-H.; Lee, D.-H.; Chang, S.-K.
Detecting the eroded caves behind a shotcreted slope protection using thermography: a case study

Salvini, R.
Monitoring of geological site by automatic total station, remote sensing and digital photogrammetry techniques

Danneels, G.; Havenith, H.B.; Torgoev, I.; Pirard, E.
Integration of geophysical and seismological data to analyse the subsurface geometry of an unstable slope: case-study of Kainama (Kyrgyzstan)

Boylan, N; Long, M; Verbruggen, K
Application of remote sensing techniques to peat landslide scar detection

Lesniak, A.; Moscicki, W.; Antoniuk, J.; Karczewski, J.; Zietek, J.; Pilecki, Z.; Klosinski, J.
Geophysical measurements and integrated interpretation of active landslides structure near Swinna Poreba (Carpathian Mountains, Poland)

Melzner, S.; Glade, T.; Bonte-Grapentin, M.
Landslide susceptibility analysis using remote sensing derived data and GIS techniques - Navua Catchment, South Viti Levu, Fiji Islands (withdrawn)

Drey, T.; Glade, T.
Concept for the use of multitemporal optical satellite data and digital elevation models for the mapping of landslides and landslide hazard zonation on a regional scale

Brennecke, M.; Bell, R.; Glade, T.
Landslide mapping in the Swabian Alb using aerial photography and Digital Terrain Models

Wasowski, J.; Bovenga, F.; Casarano, D.; Nutricato, R.; Refice, A.
Tracking and interpreting ground surface deformations with PSI techniques in landslide-prone hilltop towns: case study from Italy

Méric, O.; Garambois, S.; Malet, J.-P.; Cornou, C.
Seismic noise investigations of the Super-Sauze mudslide (South French Alps): field measurements and numerical modelling

Casagli, N.; Colombo, D.; Corazza, A.; Ferretti, A.; Guerri, L.; Leone, F.; Pagliara, P.; Putrino, P.; Righini, G.
Use of remote sensing data for supporting landslide risk management: case history of Cavallerizzo, Cosenza Province, Southern Italy

Lapenna, V.; Lazzari, M.; Loperte, A.; Naudet, V.; Perrone, A.; Piscitelli, S.
Integrated geophysical techniques and geomorphological approach to investigate the snowmelt-triggered landslide of Bosco Piccolo

Deparis, J.; Fricout, B.; Jongmans, D.; Villemin, T.; Effendiantz, L.; Mathy, A.
Remote sensing and ground-based geophysical techniques for recognition, characterisation and monitoring of unstable slopes.

Fernández, P.; Jiménez, J.; Fernández, T.; Irigaray, C. ; El Hamdouni , R.; Crosetto, M.; Chacón, J.
First results on DInSAR assessment of landslides activity in the Guadalfeo river valley (Granada, South of Spain)

Perrone, A.; Lapenna, V.; Piscitelli, S.
Geoelectrical methods for landslide investigation: a critical review

Murphy, S.
A geophysical investigation into the peat failures on Dooncarton Mountain, County Mayo, Ireland

Guerriero, L.; Bovenga, F. ; Nutricato, R. ; Wasowski, J.; Casarano, D. ; Del Gaudio, V.; Blonda, P.; Refice, A.
Developing a Landslide Early Warning System based on satellite measurements

Kamshilin, A.; Volkova, E.
About active geophysical monitoring (withdrawn)

Saroli, M.; Moro, M.; Stramondo, S.; Doumaz, F.; Salvi, S.
Interactions between DSGSD and active tectonics. Case studies in Central Italy by means of DInSAR and geomorphological studies

Mertl, S.; Brückl, E.
Detection and localization of micro-earthquakes on deep-seated mass movements

Teza, G.; Galgaro, A.; Genevois, R.; Zaltron, N.
A new approach to the measurement of a landslide displacement field by using terrestrial laser scanner

Marks, F.; Corsini, A.; Farina, P.
DInSAR for landslide monitoring: case studies on landslides in the Northern Apennines (Italy)

Singhroy, V; Couture, R; Molch, K
Insar monitoring of canadian landslides

Ferretti, A.; Novali, F.; Prati, C.; Rocca, F.; Wasowski, J.
Satellite interferometry for monitoring ground instability in the urban environment

Verbruggen, K; Creighton, R ; Boylan, N; Long, M; Pelicer, X; Murphy, S
Landslides in Ireland: The Landslide Working Group and Recent Research

Demand, J.; Marillier, F.
Landslide investigation by means of different seismic methods, a case study in western Switzerland

Kostyanev, S.; the BUMAS team
Early warning of landslide hazards using geophysical tomography and space technology (GPS)

Callerio, A.; Colonna, T.; Disperati, L.; Faccioli, E.; Guastaldi, E.; Naldini, D.
Displacement monitoring by multitemporal remote sensing and geophysical techniques: the Corniglio landslide (Parma, Italy)

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