March 7, 2019

A poster describing a procedure developed in the framework of the MOMIT project to semi-automatically identify clusters of persistent scatterers and preliminarily associate them to different potential types of geological-geotechnical hazards affecting infrastructures has been accepted by the "ESA Living Planet Symposium 2019" (LPS19) organizers and will be presented by Roberto Tomas et al. during the Poster Session on Wednesday, May the 15th.

For more details on the poster look at the symposium program.

For more details about the procedure, please have a look at the "Technical note Automatic classification of Active Deformation Areas" under the "Result & Pubblication / Other publications" section. 

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