Articles | Volume 22, issue 5
Research article
13 May 2022
Research article |  | 13 May 2022

Earthquake-induced landslide monitoring and survey by means of InSAR

Tayeb Smail, Mohamed Abed, Ahmed Mebarki, and Milan Lazecky

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The Sentinel-1 SAR datasets and Sentinel-2 data are used in this study to investigate the impact of natural hazards (earthquakes and landslides) on struck areas. In InSAR processing, the use of DInSAR, CCD methods, and the LiCSBAS tool permit generation of time-series analysis of ground changes. Three land failures were detected in the study area. CCD is suitable to map landslides that may remain undetected using DInSAR. In Grarem, the failure rim is clear in coherence and phase maps.
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