Towards airborne measurements of ground displacement
Valuable resources and risk assessments are realized by mapping variations of the physical composition and structure at the surface and in the subsurface of the Earth. A key measurement for realizing these benefits is measuring ground displacement as a function of time, which enable geophysicists to conduct seismic studies for inferring subsurface structure and composition, and enable geomorphologists to study and monitor landslides. It is difficult to measure ground displacement due to seismic waves or landslide failure since such phenomena evolve rapidly and exhibit large dynamic ranges. ...
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Rapstine, Thomas D.
Sava, Paul C.