Rendiconti Online della Società Geologica Italiana - Vol. 41/2016

Multi temporal 2D discrete wavelet analysis of a large and deep landslide

Angelo Doglioni (a), Claudio Berardi (b) & Vincenzo Simeone (a)
(a) Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Technical University of Bari, via Edoardo Orabona, 4, 70125, Bari, Italy. E-mail: angelo.doglioni@poliba.it (b) Basilicata Watershed Authority (Autorità di Bacino della Basilicata) ? Potenza, Italy


DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2016.114
Volume: 41/2016
Pages: 143-146

Abstract

The analysis of the landscape evolution before and after a landslide is of paramount importance for investigating the landslide itself and the effects on the involved area. Such analysis can be particularly sharp, when high resolution digital elevation models, e.g. LiDAR, are available at multiple time steps, before and after the event. This work presents some preliminary results of a quantitative geomorphic analysis based on 2D discrete wavelet transform of two LiDARs, ante and post event. In particular, the large landslide of Montescaglioso, south Italy, is investigated. This landslide is a complex large movement, which involved a relatively poor steeping clay slope. Numerical results of this analysis will emphasize the magnitude of variations between the ante and post landslide scenarios

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