Web3DGIS-Based System for Reservoir Landslide Monitoring and Early Warning
AbstractLandslides are the most frequent type of natural disaster, and they bring about large-scale damage and are a threat to human lives and infrastructure; therefore, the ability to conduct real-time monitoring and early warning is important. In this study, a Web3DGIS (Web3D geographic information systems) system for monitoring and forecasting landslides was developed using the Danjiangkou Reservoir area as a case study. The development of this technique involved system construction, functional design, organizing and managing multi-source spatial data, and implementing a forecasting plan and landslide-forecasting model. By integrating sensor technologies, spatial information technologies, 3D visualization technologies, and a landslide-forecasting model, the results of this study provide a tool for real-time monitoring at potential landslide sites. When relevant data from these sites reach threshold values, the model automatically initiates forecasting procedures, and sends information to disaster prevention sectors for emergency management. View Full-Text
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Huang, H.; Ni, J.; Zhang, Y.; Qian, T.; Shen, D.; Wang, J. Web3DGIS-Based System for Reservoir Landslide Monitoring and Early Warning. Appl. Sci. 2016, 6, 44.
Huang H, Ni J, Zhang Y, Qian T, Shen D, Wang J. Web3DGIS-Based System for Reservoir Landslide Monitoring and Early Warning. Applied Sciences. 2016; 6(2):44.Chicago/Turabian Style
Huang, Huang; Ni, Jianhua; Zhang, Yu; Qian, Tianlu; Shen, Dingtao; Wang, Jiechen. 2016. "Web3DGIS-Based System for Reservoir Landslide Monitoring and Early Warning." Appl. Sci. 6, no. 2: 44.
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