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Terrestrial laser scanning of rock slope instabilities
This manuscript presents a review on the application of a remote sensing technique (terrestrial laser scanning, TLS) to a well-known topic (rock slope characterization and monitoring). Although theExpand
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Optimization of LiDAR scanning and processing for automated structural evaluation of discontinuities in rockmasses
Terrestrial light detection and ranging (LiDAR) can be used for the delineation and evaluation of geomechanically controlled hazards. The United States Geological Survey [1] has adopted the use ofExpand
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Bias Correction for View-limited Lidar Scanning of Rock Outcrops for Structural Characterization
Lidar is a remote sensing technology that uses time-of-flight and line-of-sight to calculate the accurate locations of physical objects in a known space (the known space is in relation to theExpand
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Engineering monitoring of rockfall hazards along transportation corridors: using mobile terrestrial LiDAR
Abstract. Geotechnical hazards along linear transportation corridors are challenging to identify and often require constant monitoring. Inspecting corridors using traditional, manual methods requiresExpand
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Identifying rock slope failure precursors using LiDAR for transportation corridor hazard management
Abstract In the Thompson and Fraser River valleys, rockfall and rockslides are a hazard for railway traffic in the region. In June 2013, a 2600 m 3 rockslide occurred in the White Canyon, causingExpand
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Automated terrestrial laser scanning with near-real-time change detection – monitoring of the Séchilienne landslide
We present an automated terrestrial laser scanning (ATLS) system with automatic near-real-time change detection processing. The ATLS system was tested on the Séchilienne landslide in France for aExpand
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Rock bench: Establishing a common repository and standards for assessing rockmass characteristics using LiDAR and photogrammetry
We propose the establishment of several key sites for equipment tests, including already-studied areas in Europe and North America, as well as an open approach to adding sites and related data to the collection. Expand
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Evaluating roadside rockmasses for rockfall hazards using LiDAR data: optimizing data collection and processing protocols
Highways and railroads situated within rugged terrain are often subjected to the hazard of rockfalls. The task of assessing roadside rockmasses for potential hazards typically involves an on-siteExpand
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Geotechnical and operational applications for 3-dimensional laser scanning in drill and blast tunnels
Abstract Three-dimensional laser scanning (Lidar) techniques have been applied to a range of industries while their application to the geological environment still requires development. Lidar is aExpand
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