A large number of factors should be taken into account to understand landslide phenomena and to facilitate stabilization design especially for complex cases. In this paper the case history of the Gimigliano landslide in the Calabria region (southern Italy) is investigated by using a multidisciplinary combinedtechnique approach based on conventional geotechnical measurements and modern technologies. The first technique (with reference to inclinometer measurements) is usually affected by errors. Particular care is devoted to the data processing by using ad-hoc methodology to take these errors into account, with the purpose of ensuring a high reliability. For the second technique (electromagnetic sensing techniques and electrical resistivity tomography) convenient methodologies for data post-processing are used and herein presented. The combination of information taken from the different techniques allows the measurements obtained to be validated by conventional and modern approaches and the accuracy of each to be enhanced.
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|Titolo:||Landslide characterization using a multidisciplinary approach|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|