Moosfluh slope instability

Moosfluh slope instability


03/02/2017 1:47 pm


Contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2016), processed by Geohazards-TEP, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO


Land deformation speed of the Moosfluh area observed by the Sentinel-1 satellite from August to November 2016. The monitoring system installed by the Chair of Engineering Gelogy at ETHZ includes two Robotized Total Stations (RTS1 and RTS2), which monitor the evolution of surface displacements at point targets located on the unstable area (white and red dots). The results obtained from satellite data helped scientists to define the extension of the most active area and identify locations to place additional monitoring targets (red dots).

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