Poster Programme NH3.5

NH3.5

Landslides monitoring and characterization using high resolution DEM, LIDAR and other DEM techniques
Convener: Marc-Henri Derron  | Co-Conveners: Michel Jaboyedoff , Corey Froese 
Oral Programme
 / Tue, 04 May, 13:30–15:00  / Room 4
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Tue, 04 May, 17:30–19:00  / Halls X/Y

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 4 May 2010, 17:30–19:00
Halls X/Y
Chairperson: Michel Jaboyedoff
XY558
EGU2010-3294
Application of Differential Airborne Laser Scan for effective landslide inventory mapping and activity assessment in forested areas
Ivo Baron, Robert Supper, Günter Moser, and Wolfgang Gasperl

Halls X/Y
XY559
EGU2010-5178
Fast rockfall hazard assessment along a road section using the new LYNX Mobile Mapper Lidar
Carrea Dario, Longchamp Celine, Jaboyedoff Michel, Choffet Marc, Derron Marc-Henri, Michoud Clement, Pedrazzini Andrea, Conforti Dario, Leslar Michael, and Tompkinson William

Halls X/Y
XY560
EGU2010-5271
The British Geological Survey's ‘Slope Dynamics' Project
Peter Hobbs, Claire Foster, Stephen Pearson, Lee Jones, Catherine Pennington, Gareth Jenkins, Andrew Gibson, Anthony Cooper, and Katherine Freeborough

Halls X/Y
XY561
EGU2010-5937
Combined high resolution terrestrial LIDAR and time-lapse photography for rockfall monitoring and analysis
Kerry Leith, Andrea Pedrazzini, Reto Seifert, Jeffrey Moore, Andrew Kos, and Michel Jaboyedoff

Halls X/Y
XY562
EGU2010-6205
Post-seismic erosional characteristics of the Chiufenershan landslide : Implications for erosion process of tectonically active mountains
Yu-Chang Chan, Chiao-Yin Lu, Kou-Jen Chang, and Rou-Fei Chen

Halls X/Y
XY563
EGU2010-7637
Characterization of active normal faulting and associated inundation risks based on LiDAR DTM
Rou-Fei Chen, Chih-Yu Kuo, Kuo-Jen Chang, and Yu-Chang Chan

Halls X/Y
XY564
EGU2010-8962
Improvement on the structural, failure and movements analysis of the Randa rockslide and the surrounding area using remote sensing techniques
Carmen Vega Orozco, Michel Jaboyedoff, and Andrea Pedrazzini

Halls X/Y
XY565
EGU2010-10317
A multidisciplinary approach to landslide structure characterization: integration of seismic tomography survey and high resolution LiDar data with the Sloping Local Base Level method.
Julien Travelletti, Kevin Samyn, Jean-Philippe Malet, Gilles Grandjean, and Michel Jaboyedoff

Halls X/Y
XY566
EGU2010-12160
Retrogressive landslide monitoring by TLS: precursory displacements and final collapse. Case study at Val Canaria (Ticino, Switzerland)
Andrea Pedrazzini, Antonio Abellan, Thierry Oppikofer, Cristian Ambrosi, Alessio Spataro, and Michel Jaboyedoff

Halls X/Y
XY567
EGU2010-12724
Structural and Volumetric re-evaluation of the Vaiont landslide using DEM techniques
Laura Superchi, Andrea Pedrazzini, Mario Floris, Rinaldo Genevois, Monica Ghirotti, and Michel Jaboyedoff

Halls X/Y
XY568
EGU2010-13041
Rockfall hazard assessment by using terrestrial laser scanning. A case study in Funchal (Madeira)
Hieu Trung Nguyen, Tomas Fernandez-Steeger, Rodriguez Domingos, Thomas Wiatr, and Rafig Azzam

Halls X/Y
XY569
EGU2010-13140
Sediment budgets and monitoring of erosion processes in the Roubine experimental catchment - ORE Draix - using high resolution terrestrial laser scanner (LiDAR)
Alexandre Loye, Michel Jaboyedoff, Nicolle Mathys, Jean-Philippe Malet, Thierry Villemin, Sébastien Klotz, and Andres Jacome

Halls X/Y
XY570
EGU2010-14512
Comparison of airborne, mobile and terrestrial laser scanning data to survey mass movements and protection measures on potentially dangerous slopes.
Alexander Prokop, Florian Singer, and Christina Delaney

Halls X/Y
XY571
EGU2010-14777
The use of IFSAR data in GIS-based landslide susceptibility evaluation
M Floris, C Squarzoni, C Hundseder, M Mason, and R Genevois

Halls X/Y
XY572
EGU2010-15600
X-slip: a physically-based model for the triggering of shallow rainfall-induced landslides, implemented in a GIS platform for alert systems
Lorella Montrasio, Roberto Valentino, and Gian Luca Losi

Halls X/Y
XY573
EGU2010-648
The influence of site conditions on the ability to measure change from sequential laser scan surveys
Emma Norman, Nick Rosser, Michael Lim, and David Petley