Mesure des déformations sur la surface de la Terre à partir de techniques de télédétection spatiales

Abstract : This document summarizes the research activity carried out at BRGM since the end of my PhD in the domain of the measurement of the ground surface displacement by the means of Remote Sensing spaceborne techniques. The application of these techniques was thought as contributions to the assessment of natural and anthropogenic risks and therefore targetted related phenomena (urban and mining subsidence, landslides, earthquakes,...). We mainly used spaceborne radar interferometry techniques (conventional and persistent scaterrers) and image correlation. These techniques may be an alternative or a complement to the current ground based techniques for monitoring the concerned phenomena. This document presents our contribution to this thematics concening the methodology (assessment and improvement of the techniques) and applications (phenomena and consequences in terms of hazards). Among our published articles related to this research activity, the more relevant were included in the document.
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Daniel Raucoules. Mesure des déformations sur la surface de la Terre à partir de techniques de télédétection spatiales. Autre. Université d'Orléans, 2011. ⟨tel-00601459⟩

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