Presentation of Sebastian Buchelt in the RGIK online seminar series

Presentation of Sebastian Buchelt in the RGIK online seminar series

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May 29, 2024

Today, Sebastian Buchelt gave a presentation about “Detecting small-scale patterns of rock glacier surface kinematics in the Central Alps using Differential SAR Interferometry”. He provided insights into his latest results about spatial patterns of rock glacier kinematics. These results were presented in the online seminar series of the IPA Action Group “Rock glacier Inventory and Kinematics” (RGIK). He showed that seasonal acceleration in the snow free summer months and the proportion of subsidence on the overall movement varies strongly within rock glacier units and can help to get a better understanding on current dynamics as well as internal structure of these landforms. More details on his research can be found in the following publication: 

https://www.mdpi.com/2072-4292/15/12/2982

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