NH6.3 | PICO

World population growth combined with continuous climate changes increase the possibility of the human settles to be affected by landslides, earthquakes, floods and others natural and anthropogenic geohazards. As consequences, human settlements, structures and infrastructures can suffer important damage, casualties and injuries, and an enormous amount of resources are needed to restore direct and indirect costs. Furthermore, the social impact and the loss of cultural and historical heritage must be considered.
The International Disaster Database created by the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED) states that more than 14,000 worldwide relevant natural disasters occurred during the last century, causing casualties or requiring of international assistance.
For this reason, the investigation, characterization and monitoring of geo-hazardous phenomena play a fundamental role in order to improve the knowledge for avoiding further recurrences with additional social, human and economic losses. The use of Earth Observation (EO) techniques for monitoring and characterizing geohazards is a well-known way to study these phenomena. The application of EO methods in this field has risen exponentially in the last decades yet nowadays is constantly evolving.
Remote sensing approaches allow to efficiently retrieve relevant information on geological processes at regional scale to investigate, characterize, monitor and model, as well as to prevent, geohazards. Satellites constellations, air and ground platforms equipped with different sensors, (e.g. optical camera, radar or LiDAR), coupled with advanced processing techniques and algorithms are one of the best ways to investigate geohazards. The possibility to combine different types of data allows to perform multi-sensor and multi-temporal analyses. In this way, the wide area coverage capabilities combined with high accuracy and precision play an important role in the widespread use for different applications.
Submissions are encouraged to cover a broad range of topics on the various applications of remote sensing techniques, which may include, but are not limited to, the following topics: i) innovative applications and methods on remote sensing, ii) significant cases of study, iii) applications and models concerning the use of satellite, iv) air and ground platform taking advantage of the use of different sensors for investigating a broad range of topic (e.g. landslide, subsidence, damage assessment, infrastructure stability).

Co-organized as GI3.9
Convener: Matteo Del Soldato | Co-conveners: Federico Raspini, Roberto Tomás Jover, Gerardo Herrera, Zhenhong Li
| Wed, 10 Apr, 10:45–12:30
PICO spot 1

Wednesday, 10 April 2019

PICO spot 1
Intro and applications
10:45–10:55 |
PICO1.1 |
Luca Guerrieri, Carlo Cipolloni, Valerio Comerci, Claudia Delfini, Federica Ferrigno, Gabriele Leoni, Daniele Spizzichino, and Renato Ventura
10:55–10:57 |
PICO1.2 |
Investigating potential landslide combing time-series InSAR with detailed geomorphological mapping
(withdrawn after no-show)
Yi Zhang, Xingmin Meng, Tom Dijkstra, Colm Jordan, Guan Chen, Tianjun Qi, and Xiaojun Su
10:57–10:59 |
PICO1.3 |
Sen Wang, Xiyong Wu, and Yong Ren
10:59–11:01 |
PICO1.4 |
Ioannis Farmakis and D. Jean Hutchinson
11:01–11:03 |
PICO1.5 |
Monitoring motion of the Gaojiawan landslide near Ledu in China by time series InSAR and offset tracking
Jinhui Ma, Jianlin Sun, Xinmin Men, and Tianju Qi
11:03–11:05 |
PICO1.6 |
Tracing Surface Motion: Dimensionality Reduction for Landslide Information Retrieval from Multi-Source Image Time Series
Sina Nakhostin, Floriane Provost, Mathilde Desrues, Jean-Philippe Malet, and David Michéa
11:05–11:07 |
PICO1.7 |
Lixin Wu, Yuan Qi, Wenfei Mao, and Miao He
11:09–11:11 |
PICO1.9 |
Aline deprez, odin marc, Sina Nakhostin, Jean-Philippe Malet, Badr Lazrak, Eric Stell, David Michea, Agwilh Collet, Helene de Boissezon, Aurelie Sand, and Andre Stumpf
11:11–11:13 |
PICO1.10 |
Floriane Provost, Alexander Handwerger, Jean-Philippe Malet, and Clément Hibert
11:13–11:15 |
PICO1.11 |
| solicited
| Highlight
Arne de Wall, Albert Remke, Benedikt Gräler, Thore Fechner, and Bodo Bernsdorf
11:15–11:17 |
PICO1.12 |
Oriol Monserrat, Anna Barra, Gerardo Herrera, Lorenzo Solari, Elena González-Alonso, Marta Béjar-Pizarro, Silvia Bianchini, Roberto Sarro, Anselmo Fernández García, Paola Reichenbach, Filippo Catani, and Michele Crosetto