In this work, authors outline how measurements from different types of sensors can be put together to characterize in an extensive way a sensitive waste dump site. Terrestrial surveying systems and aerial images have been combined with satellite remote sensing techniques to get a complete overview of the surface stability and its thermal characteristics in conjunction with geomorphological conditions and water distribution. The objective has been to implement a broad monitoring system to control the area under observation. Interesting observations have been deducted from the comparison among different data since surface temperature retrievals and variations can be correlated to soil moisture and water exchange by showing that the proposed monitoring system performs correctly in taking under control deformation, terrain displacements, temperature and water surface modifications.
|Titolo:||Combination of LANDSAT and EROS-B satellite images with GPS and LiDAR data for land monitoring. A case study: The Sant'Arcangelo Trimonte dump|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|