EGU21-14380
https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-egu21-14380
EGU General Assembly 2021
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Mappıng wıth the use of uas. Project plannıng and adjustment: the case of Mersınıdı landslıdes (Chıos Island, NE Aegean)

Nafsika-Ioanna Spyrou, Eirini Spyridoula Stanota, Emmanuel Andreadakis, Emmanuel Skourtsos, Stylianos Lozios, and Eyfthymios Lekkas
Nafsika-Ioanna Spyrou et al.
  • National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Zografou, Greece (nspyrou@geol.uoa.gr)

This project aims at the use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) applications for mapping. Geomorphological mapping of features and changes with the use of UAS, in cases of floods, landslides, stream flows, etc. has been growing rapidly in recent years. It is combined with traditional mapping methods as well as modern technologies such as Geographic Information System (GIS). Our work concerns landslide hazard in the study area of Chios, in particular along the Chios - Kardamila road in the Mersinidi - Miliga region with a record of landslides and particular geological interest. During the field survey a) three-dimensional model of the slope was made across the road using UAS and the apropriate software, b) point cloud, c) a mosaic orthophotomap and d) a Digital Surface Model (DSM). After the data collection components material we followed detailed geological and tectonic mapping with enormous accuracy because the innovative technologies provided us multiple data compared to older methodologies. The exploitation of the Structure from Motion provided us with information of the inaccessible parts of the study area.

 

How to cite: Spyrou, N.-I., Stanota, E. S., Andreadakis, E., Skourtsos, E., Lozios, S., and Lekkas, E.: Mappıng wıth the use of uas. Project plannıng and adjustment: the case of Mersınıdı landslıdes (Chıos Island, NE Aegean), EGU General Assembly 2021, online, 19–30 Apr 2021, EGU21-14380, https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-egu21-14380, 2021.

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