Landslides monitoring over the three Gorges region with C- and X-band InSar data
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AbstractThree Gorges Project, the largest hydro junction project in the world, began to function in 2003. As a consequence, the rising water changed the natural terrain and flooded the basements of the mountains in this gorge region, which caused the Three Gorges region was at high risk of the geological disasters. Interferometric SAR (InSAR) images are one of the most suitable data sources to identify the happened landslides and measure the terrain deformation of this region. In this paper, the landslides monitoring results obtained with the C- and X-band InSAR data along the river gorge region are reported within the framework of Dragon II program.
All Author(s) ListWang T., Liao M., Tang J., Perissin D., Rocca F., Rucci A.
Name of Conference2010 Dragon 2 Mid Term Results Symposium
Start Date of Conference17/05/2010
End Date of Conference21/05/2010
Place of ConferenceGuilin City
Country/Region of ConferenceChina
Volume Number684 SP
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom

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