This paper describes the use of the Stable Point Network technique, a Persistent Scatterer Interferometry SAR technique, for the analysis of the Portalet landslide area (Central Pyrenees, Spain). For this purpose, different SAR datasets acquired by ERS-1, ERS-2, ENVISAT and TerraSAR-X satellites have been analysed.
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Herrera, G., Notti, D., García-Davalillo, J. C., Mora, O., Cooksley, G., Sánchez, M., ... & Crosetto, M. (2011). Analysis with C-and X-bandsatelliteSARdata of the Portalet landslide area. Landslides, 8(2), 195-206.
A proper analysis of slow-moving landslides calls for several efforts aiming at their characterization and mapping. Considering the uncertainties related to the landslide inventorymaps the integration of conventional techniques with remote sensingdata, such as differential SAR interferometry (DInSAR), can furnish a v
Cascini, L., Fornaro, G., & Peduto, D. (2010). Advanced low-and full-resolution DInSAR map generation for slow-moving landslide analysis at different scales.Engineering Geology, 112(1), 29-42.
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Kirschbaum, D. B., R. Adler, Y. Hong, S. Hill and A. L. Lerner-Lam (2009). "A global landslide catalog for hazard applications? Method, Results and Limitations." Journal of Natural Hazards DOI: 10.1007/s11069-009-9401-4.
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