Maria Marsella

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The 2D Cellular Automata model, MAGFLOW, simulates lava flows and an algorithm based on the Monte Carlo approach solves the an-isotropic flow direction problem. The model was applied to reproduce a lava flow formed during the 2001 Etna eruption. This eruption provided the opportunity to verify the ability of MAGFLOW to simulate the path of lava flows which(More)
Operational monitoring of slope instabilities by SAR Interferometry poses a number of challenges due to the limited spatial extent of the landslide areas and rainy conditions usually associated with mass movement events. In this work we present the results of the application of both conventional DInSAR techniques, and a point-by-point, multitemporal study(More)
…you have to understand, that no one puts their children in a boat unless the water is safer than the land… Warsan Shire, Home Child and youth migrations are a particularly dramatic and a daily aspect of the more general problem of contemporary migration flows. Behind and within each of the stories of these children-accompanied and unaccompanied migrant(More)
Digital photogrammetric sensor systems that have become available during the last years provide a high potential for generating high-resolution digital elevation models (DEM) and orthoimages for large areas. We report on results from a digital photogrammetric mapping project at Mt. Etna, Italy, applying the airborne HRSC-AX sensor and photogrammetric(More)