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Detection of slow‐moving landslides through automated monitoring of surface deformation using Sentinel‐2 satellite imagery (2024)
Journal Article
Van Wyk De Vries, M., Arrell, K., Basyal, G., Densmore, A., Dunant, A., Harvey, E. L., …Dadson, S. (2024). Detection of slow‐moving landslides through automated monitoring of surface deformation using Sentinel‐2 satellite imagery. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 49(4), 1397-1410. https://doi.org/10.1002/esp.5775

Landslides are one of the most damaging natural hazards and have killed tens of thousands of people around the world over the past decade. Slow‐moving landslides, with surface velocities on the order of 10−2–102 m a−1, can damage buildings and infras... Read More about Detection of slow‐moving landslides through automated monitoring of surface deformation using Sentinel‐2 satellite imagery.

National‐Scale Rainfall‐Triggered Landslide Susceptibility and Exposure in Nepal (2024)
Journal Article
Kincey, M. E., Rosser, N. J., Swirad, Z. M., Robinson, T. R., Shrestha, R., Pujara, D. S., …Dunant, A. (2024). National‐Scale Rainfall‐Triggered Landslide Susceptibility and Exposure in Nepal. Earth's Future, 12(2), Article e2023EF004102. https://doi.org/10.1029/2023ef004102

Nepal is one of the most landslide‐prone countries in the world, with year‐on‐year impacts resulting in loss of life and imposing a chronic impediment to sustainable livelihoods. Living with landslides is a daily reality for an increasing number of p... Read More about National‐Scale Rainfall‐Triggered Landslide Susceptibility and Exposure in Nepal.