Second Annual Meeting, Zermatt, 17-19 September 2012

 

A highlight of the meeting was the field trip to the Gornegraat peak, at 3,130m elevation. From the panoramic view point offered by the peak, in the late afternoon of 19 September 2012, the Gamma Portable Radar Interferometer (GPRI) measured surface deformation of (from left to right) the GrenzgletscherSchwärzegletscher and Breithorngletscher. In a period of 1 hour and 33 minutes, the GPRI performed 32 successive scans, with an interval of 3 minutes between each scan. Analysis of the images allowed determining the average displacement rate, expressed in the figure below by the daily rate of movement. The red colors identify surface movements, very clear for theSchwärzegletscher.

Gornegrat-Radar 

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2010-DORIS-brochure

2010 EC DORIS brochure


Prepared by the EC in 2010 to advertise the DORIS project: Ground Deformations Risk Scenarios: an Advanced Assessment Services.

 

2011-DORIS-brochure

2011 DORIS brochure


Prepared by the team to advertise the DORIS project. The article appeared in the journal INTERNATIONAL INNOVATION in October 2011

 

2012-DORIS-brochure

2012 DORIS brochure


the significance of ground deformations to human populations and how satellite-based SAR sensors provide new ways of monitoring and forecasting their progress

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2013 DORIS brochure


DORIS project final brochure

 

 

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2013 DORIS brochure


Using GMES to map and monitor landslides and ground subsidence

 

 

 

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2013 DORIS brochure


Beyond the Sky - Space Research 
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