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Laser Scanning Systems in Landslide Studies

  • Biswajeet PradhanEmail author
  • Maher Ibrahim Sameen
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Abstract

Remote sensing techniques have undergone rapid and significant improvements in the last few decades. The capability of new and enhanced remote sensing techniques to acquire 3D spatial data and very high-resolution terrain contours allows advanced and effective investigations of landslide phenomena. Data from multi-sensors supplemented with airborne- and ground-based data collection techniques

Keywords

Global Position System Debris Flow Point Cloud Global Navigation Satellite System Global Navigation Satellite System 
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  1. 1.Department of Civil EngineeringUniversity Putra MalaysiaSerdangMalaysia

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