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Application of multi-sensor advanced DInSAR analysis to severe land subsidence recognition: Alto Guadalentín Basin (Spain)

AuthorsBonì, Roberta; Herrera, Gerardo; Meisina, Claudia; Notti, Davide; Béjar-Pizarro, Marta; Zucca, Francesco; González Méndez, Pablo José ; Palano, Mimmo; Tomás, Roberto; Fernández Torres, José ; Fernández-Merodo, José Antonio; Mulas, Joaquín; Aragón, Ramón; Guardiola-Albert, Carolina; Mora, Óscar
Land subsidence recognition
Alto Guadalentín Basin
Issue Date12-Nov-2015
PublisherCopernicus Publications
International Association of Hydrological Sciences
CitationProceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences, 372: 45-48 (2015)
AbstractMulti-sensor advanced DInSAR analyses have been performed and compared with two GPS station measurements, in order to evaluate the land subsidence evolution in a 20-year period, in the Alto Guadalentín Basin where the highest rate of man-induced subsidence (> 10 cm yr−1) of Europe had been detected. The control mechanisms have been examined comparing the advanced DInSAR data with conditioning and triggering factors (i.e. isobaths of Plio-Quaternary deposits, soft soil thickness and piezometric level).
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.5194/piahs-372-45-2015
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