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Latest measuring and visualization methods for landslides using GIS
How to deal with landslides using GIS extensional analyses (programming)
Landslide studies using the geographic information system (GIS) is a new field, which includes not only the science of GIS and remote sensing, but also technical innovations, such as detailed light detection and ranging (LIDAR) profiles, among others. To date, most of the research on landslides has been found in journals on geology, geotechnology, landslides, and GIS, and is limited to specific scientific aspects. The GIS Landslide Workshop has been established in order to communicate and solve the scientific as well as technical problems of this discipline, such as how to use GIS software and its functions. This is the first book ever published on GIS landslides with such issues in mind. Because many landslide disasters take place in Japan, most of the scientists and researchers studying landslides are concentrated within Japan. There is also much GIS data on landslides captured and stored by Japanese organizations. For that reason, it is significant that this first book on the topic has been published in Japan. Included among the chapters are analyses of deep-seated landslides; hazard mapping; measuring and visualization of precipitation, floods, and glaciers using GIS; landslides induced by earthquakes; GIS analyses of drainage systems and floods; and landslides in relation to topography and geological structures. Filled with photographs and remote sensing analyses, the volume will be of great value to those in the fields of geography, geology, seismology, environment, remote sensing, atmospheric research, and meteorology, as well as to students of computer science and programming systems.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Digital Elevation Model - GIS Landslide Workshop - Landslide GIS Analyses - Landslide GIS Modeling - Landslide in Japan - Laser Imaging Detection and Ranging - Light Detection and Ranging - Remote Sensing
Scope and review [established research].- Introduction to GIS.- Introduction to remote sensing.- Measuring and visulalization of deep-seated landslide using GIS.- Relation to topography.- Relation to geology and geologic structures.- Analyses of deep-seated landslides and hazard mapping using GIS.- Measuring and visualization of shallow landslide induced by heavy rainfalls using GIS.- Measuring and visualization of precipitation using GIS.- Measuring and visualization of shallow landslide induced by earthquakes using GIS.- Measuring and GIS analyses of drainage system and flood.- Measuring and visualization of glaciers using GIS.- Photographs and remote sensing analyses.- Related extensional analyses.- Scientific problems.- Technical problems.- Programming.- For the future.
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