Detection and Volume Estimation of Large-Scale Landslides Based on Elevation-Change Analysis Using DEMs Extracted From High-Resolution Satellite Stereo Imagery

@article{Tsutsui2007DetectionAV,
  title={Detection and Volume Estimation of Large-Scale Landslides Based on Elevation-Change Analysis Using DEMs Extracted From High-Resolution Satellite Stereo Imagery},
  author={Ken Tsutsui and Shuichi Rokugawa and Hideaki Nakagawa and Sanae Miyazaki and Chin-Tung Cheng and Takashi Shiraishi and Shiun-Der Yang},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing},
  year={2007},
  volume={45},
  pages={1681-1696}
}
A new technique for quickly assessing extensive areas of large-scale landslides that uses digital elevation models (DEMs) extracted from high-resolution satellite images is presented in this paper. The proposed technique observes the elevation changes by using multitemporal DEMs. Five-meter-resolution DEMs from SPOT-5 images are applied to two large-scale landslide disasters: the landslides triggered by the 2004 Mid Niigata prefecture earthquake (magnitude 6.8; a moderate-topography area in… CONTINUE READING
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