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Authors: Anzidei, M.*
Esposito, A.*
Fabris, M.*
Sepe, V.*
Title: GPS rapid static and fast static RTK surveys for the realization of a high resolution digital terrain model of Lipari island.
Title of journal: Quaderni di Geofisica
Series/Report no.: 124/(2015)
Issue Date: Apr-2015
Keywords: GPS, Lipari, Aeolian islands
Abstract: In questo studio viene illustrata una campagna di misura GPS con tecnica RTK svolta all’isola di Lipari (Isole Eolie) nell’ambito dei progetti V3 Multi-disciplinary analysis of the relationships between tectonic structures and volcanic activity, finanziato dal Dipartimento della Protezione Civile e del progetto Response of morphoclimatic system dynamics to global changes and related geomorphologic hazard, finanziato dal MIUR-PRIN 2011–2013. La finalità del rilievo è stata quella di ottenere le coordinate di un numero sovrabbondante di Punti di Controllo a terra, stimati con precisione centimetrica, necessari alla realizzazione di un modello digitale del terreno ad altissima risoluzione per l’isola di Lipari, a partire da dati aerofotogrammetrici. Il modello ottenuto, che ha una risoluzione compresa tra 0.5 e 5 m ed è attualmente uno dei migliori disponibili, diviene la base indispensabile per studi geomorfologici, vulcanologici, di deformazione del suolo e delle variazioni delle linee di costa di quest’area vulcanica attiva. In this study are shown and discussed results from two topographic campaigns based on GPS/RTK technique performed in the island of Lipari (Aeolian Islands) under the projects V3 Multi-disciplinary analysis of the relationships between tectonic structures and volcanic activity, funded by the Department of Civil Protection, and Response of morphoclimatic system dynamics to global changes and related geomorphologic hazard, funded by MIUR-PRIN 2011–2013. The purpose of this survey was to obtain the coordinates of a redundant number of Control Ground Points, estimated at centimeter accuracy, necessary for the realization of a very high resolution digital terrain model for this area, from aerial photogrammetric data. The obtained model has a resolution between 0.5 and 5 m and is currently one of the best available. This is essential for detailed geomorphological, volcanological, ground deformation and coastline changes for this still active volcanic island.
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