Talks and Poster Presentations (without Proceedings-Entry):
M. Haberler-Weber, A. Eichhorn, H. Kahmen:
"Concept of a multi-scale monitoring and evaluation system for landslide disaster prediction";
Poster: XXIV General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics 2007,
In 2006, OASYS, an EU funded project on a multi-scale monitoring concept for landslides as a basis for an alert system, was completed. 12 institutes from 6 countries tried to merge their multidisciplinary knowledge in the field of landslides and disaster management. The main goal of the research was to develop a cost saving concept for landslide disaster prediction in areas with a higher density of landslides. The present paper reports about the innovative steps and about some highlights of the research, emphasising mainly three tasks:
GIS integrated geological evaluations of remote-sensing data to delineate the high-risk areas in regions with a larger number of landslides
geometrical analysis of the monitoring data by fuzzy techniques as a basis for the design of the sensor network and
geomechanical modelling of the landslide by FD-methods as a basic information for an alarm system.
Project Head Heribert Kahmen:
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