OVERVIEW OF MODERN RESEARCH OF LANDSLIDES ACCORDING TO AERIAL AND SATELLITE IMAGERY

https://doi.org/10.24057/2414-9179-2015-1-21-348-352

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K. M. Lyapishev

Kuban State University Krasnodar, Russia
Russian Federation

Abstract

This article is an overview of researches of landslides using remote sensing methods such as aerial photography, satellite images, radar interferometry, and their combination with the use of GIS technology. Modern methods of investigation of landslides are very diverse. The authors propose different approaches to the identification, classification and monitoring of landslides. Data analysis techniques can help in creating more sophisticated approach to the analysis of landslides.

Keywords

satellite image, landslides, remote sensing.

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For citation: Lyapishev K.M. OVERVIEW OF MODERN RESEARCH OF LANDSLIDES ACCORDING TO AERIAL AND SATELLITE IMAGERY. Proceedings of the International conference “InterCarto. InterGIS”. 2015;21(1):348-352.