In mountain environments, slope and fluvial dynamics often interact, and their relationship can be investigated through an integrated methodological approach. Landslides are a source of supplying sediments into riverbeds and can interact or interrupt the water course. Water courses can trigger or re-activate slope movements. The complexity of investigating the interaction between the two dynamics needs a complementarity of methods and techniques, combining remote and proximal sensing, geotechnical in situ surveys, and repositories and catalogue datasets. This leads to a synergistic use of all the heterogeneous data from different fields and formats. The present paper provides a literature review on the approaches and surveying procedures adopted in the investigation of slope and fluvial dynamics and highlights the need to improve the integrated management of geospatial information complemented by quality information. In this regard, we outline a geodatabase structure capable of handling the variety of geoscientific data available at different spatial and temporal scales, with derived products that are useful in integrated monitoring tasks. Indeed, the future adoption of a shared physical structure would allow the merging and synergistic use of data provided by different surveyors as well as the effective storing and sharing of datasets from a monitoring perspective.

Integrated Geomatics Surveying and Data Management in the Investigation of Slope and Fluvial Dynamics / Parenti, Carlotta; Rossi, Paolo; Soldati, Mauro; Grassi, Francesca; Mancini, Francesco. - In: GEOSCIENCES. - ISSN 2076-3263. - 12:8(2022), pp. 1-18. [10.3390/geosciences12080293]

Integrated Geomatics Surveying and Data Management in the Investigation of Slope and Fluvial Dynamics

Carlotta Parenti;Paolo Rossi
;
Mauro Soldati
;
Francesca Grassi;Francesco Mancini
2022

Abstract

In mountain environments, slope and fluvial dynamics often interact, and their relationship can be investigated through an integrated methodological approach. Landslides are a source of supplying sediments into riverbeds and can interact or interrupt the water course. Water courses can trigger or re-activate slope movements. The complexity of investigating the interaction between the two dynamics needs a complementarity of methods and techniques, combining remote and proximal sensing, geotechnical in situ surveys, and repositories and catalogue datasets. This leads to a synergistic use of all the heterogeneous data from different fields and formats. The present paper provides a literature review on the approaches and surveying procedures adopted in the investigation of slope and fluvial dynamics and highlights the need to improve the integrated management of geospatial information complemented by quality information. In this regard, we outline a geodatabase structure capable of handling the variety of geoscientific data available at different spatial and temporal scales, with derived products that are useful in integrated monitoring tasks. Indeed, the future adoption of a shared physical structure would allow the merging and synergistic use of data provided by different surveyors as well as the effective storing and sharing of datasets from a monitoring perspective.
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Integrated Geomatics Surveying and Data Management in the Investigation of Slope and Fluvial Dynamics / Parenti, Carlotta; Rossi, Paolo; Soldati, Mauro; Grassi, Francesca; Mancini, Francesco. - In: GEOSCIENCES. - ISSN 2076-3263. - 12:8(2022), pp. 1-18. [10.3390/geosciences12080293]
Parenti, Carlotta; Rossi, Paolo; Soldati, Mauro; Grassi, Francesca; Mancini, Francesco
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