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Earth Surf. Dynam., 5, 293-310, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/esurf-5-293-2017
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Research article
24 May 2017
Automated terrestrial laser scanning with near-real-time change detection – monitoring of the Séchilienne landslide
Ryan A. Kromer et al.
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We developed and tested an automated terrestrial laser scanning (ATLS) system with near-real-time change detection at the Séchilienne landslide. We monitored the landslide for a 6-week period collecting a point cloud every 30 min. We detected various slope processes including movement of scree material, pre-failure deformation of discrete rockfall events and deformation of the main landslide body. This system allows the study of slope processes a high level of temporal detail.
We developed and tested an automated terrestrial laser scanning (ATLS) system with...
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