The use of small‐format and low‐altitude aerial photos for the realization of high‐resolution DEMs in mountainous areas: application to the Super‐Sauze earthflow (Alpes‐de‐Haute‐Provence, France)

@inproceedings{Henry2002TheUO,
  title={The use of small‐format and low‐altitude aerial photos for the realization of high‐resolution DEMs in mountainous areas: application to the Super‐Sauze earthflow (Alpes‐de‐Haute‐Provence, France)},
  author={Jean Baptiste Henry and Jean-Philippe Malet and Olivier Maquaire and Pierre Grussenmeyer},
  year={2002}
}
Geomorphologists have to make choices and compromises, as acquisition techniques of geometrical information are numerous, depending on the specific complexity of the targeted three-dimensional objects and the requirements of the end user. This article presents the methodology and the results over a well known and documented site. This ready-to-use, low-altitude, aerial photo methodology reveals itself to be a satisfying compromise between cost, accuracy and difficulty of implementation. The… CONTINUE READING

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