GM9.13

We aim herein to focus and illustrate all UAS new techniques as well as new processing in order to study active tectonic processes.
Consequently, it takes into account not only classical photogrametric data processing but also new UAS-Lidar acquisition, or new UAS-interferometric acquisitions.
Many resulting dataset should be provided as key examples such as Very High Resolution Digital Terrain Model (VHR DTM) less than 10cm ground resolution pixels that lead to acquire structural scheme of studied areas combined with classical geodetic measurements such as levelings, GPS surveys, RTK surveys... or spatial interferometric analysis (PSInSAR, DInSAR, Smallbase line...) in order to decipher and precise the seismic cycles of active faults.
We aim in this session to share our experiences on various active tectonic areas such as SE Asia, all various active orogens, and any active places of the World.

Co-organized by GD8/NH6/TS5
Convener: Benoit Deffontaines | Co-convener: Kuo-Jen Chang

We aim herein to focus and illustrate all UAS new techniques as well as new processing in order to study active tectonic processes.
Consequently, it takes into account not only classical photogrametric data processing but also new UAS-Lidar acquisition, or new UAS-interferometric acquisitions.
Many resulting dataset should be provided as key examples such as Very High Resolution Digital Terrain Model (VHR DTM) less than 10cm ground resolution pixels that lead to acquire structural scheme of studied areas combined with classical geodetic measurements such as levelings, GPS surveys, RTK surveys... or spatial interferometric analysis (PSInSAR, DInSAR, Smallbase line...) in order to decipher and precise the seismic cycles of active faults.
We aim in this session to share our experiences on various active tectonic areas such as SE Asia, all various active orogens, and any active places of the World.