Database : OMIV - Time series of landslide surface displacements measured by GPS/GNSS

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OMIV (2008): OMIV - Time series of landslide surface displacements measured by GPS/GNSS. OMIV. FR-18008901306731-2018-09-28

General metadata

Identifier : local : FR-18008901306731-2018-09-28
Description :
GPS/GNSS observations acquired on OMIV landslides at 24h/30s session/frequency in Rinex standardized file format. Time series of sensor positions and baselines (E, N, Up components).
Disciplines :
geochemistry & geophysics (sciences of the universe), geology (sciences of the universe), geosciences, multidisciplinary (sciences of the universe)
Keywords :

Dates :
Data acquisition : from 11 Apr 2003 ongoing
Data provision : 1 Jan 2008
Metadata record :
Creation : 28 Sep 2018
Update : 12 Oct 2018

Update periodicity : weekly
Language : English (eng)
Audience : University: licence, University: master, Research, Policy maker

Coverages

Spatial coverage :

  • AVR1: on Earth, latitude 44° 57' 21" N, longitude 5° 39' 11" E
  • AVP2: on Earth, latitude 44° 56' 29" N, longitude 5° 40' 26" E
  • AVN3: on Earth, latitude 44° 56' 40" N, longitude 5° 40' 23" E
  • VILR: on Earth, latitude 45° 4' 21" N, longitude 5° 33' 6" E
  • CLAP: on Earth, latitude 44° 14' 53" N, longitude 6° 55' 36" E
  • CLP1: on Earth, latitude 44° 15' 19" N, longitude 6° 56' 25" E
  • CLP2: on Earth, latitude 44° 15' 3" N, longitude 6° 56' 31" E
  • CLP4: on Earth, latitude 44° 15' 28" N, longitude 6° 56' 44" E
  • BACT: on Earth, latitude 44° 23' 15" N, longitude 6° 38' 58" E
  • LVA1: on Earth, latitude 44° 24' 11" N, longitude 6° 38' 12" E
  • LVA2: on Earth, latitude 44° 24' 52" N, longitude 6° 39' 5" E
  • SEOL: on Earth, latitude 44° 23' 24" N, longitude 6° 38' 31" E
  • LVAL: on Earth, latitude 44° 24' 2" N, longitude 6° 37' 59" E
  • VLRB: on Earth, latitude 49° 23' 57" N, longitude 0° 7' 20" E
  • VLRH: on Earth, latitude 49° 23' 56" N, longitude 0° 7' 23" E
  • VLRV: on Earth, latitude 49° 23' 40" N, longitude 0° 7' 27" E
  • CAEN: on Earth, latitude 49° 10' 57" N, longitude 0° 27' 25" E
  • FRAN: on Earth, latitude 49° 28' 36" N, longitude 0° 10' 26" E
  • SAZ4: on Earth, latitude 44° 21' 14" N, longitude 6° 40' 51" E
  • SAZ1: on Earth, latitude 44° 21' 2" N, longitude 6° 40' 35" E
  • SAZ2: on Earth, latitude 44° 20' 54" N, longitude 6° 40' 34" E
  • SAZ3: on Earth, latitude 44° 20' 52" N, longitude 6° 40' 33" E
  • ESCA: on Earth, latitude 43° 47' 44" N, longitude 3° 19' 11" E

Time coverage :

  • AVR1: 2008-05-30 and after
  • AVP2: 2007-03-12 and after
  • AVN3: 2008-03-10 and after
  • VILR: 2006-12-06 and after
  • CLAP: 2003-04-07 and after
  • CLP1: 2003-07-11 and after
  • CLP2: 2003-04-11 and after
  • CLP4: 2014-12-16 and after
  • BACT: 2007-08-31 and after
  • LVA1: 2009-10-09 and after
  • LVA2: 2010-04-28 and after
  • SEOL: 2014-12-12 and after
  • LVAL: 2009-07-17 and after
  • VLRB: 2009-07-07 and after
  • VLRH: 2009-07-07 and after
  • VLRV: 2009-07-07 and after
  • CAEN: 2005-11-10 and after
  • FRAN: 2014-01-07 and after
  • SAZ4: 2015-11-10 and after
  • SAZ1: 2011-07-08 and after
  • SAZ2: 2011-10-22 and after
  • SAZ3: between 2011-07-11 and 2012-05-09
  • ESCA: 2013-11-07 and after

Administrative metadata

Data creatorAffiliation
Observatoire Multidisciplinaire des Instabilités de Versant
ContributorsAffiliationRole
Maurin VidalOSU OCAdata collector
Benjamin VialOSUGdata collector
Erik DoerflingerOSU OREMEdata collector
Gilbert FerhatOSU EOSTdata collector
Publisher : Observatoire Multidisciplinaire des Instabilités de Versant
Label : Service National d'Observation Observatoire Mutidisciplinaire des Instabilités de Versants
Science contact : Jean-Philippe Malet website e-mail
Computing contact : Mohammed Benbachir e-mail
Project and funders :
  • SNO OMIV
    • EOST, THETA, OCA, OREME, OSUG (OSU)
    • INSU (CNRS)
Access : available

Technical metadata

Formats : application/x-rinex
Data acquisition methods :
  • Observational data : Phase and code measurements are recorded from GNSS signal emitted by the constellations of GPS (USA) and GLONASS (Russia) satellites. Every site is equipped with an antenna and a receiver. Most of them are equipped with dual-frequency systems (L1 and L2), some are only single receiver (L1 only). Data are stored in the receiver then transmitted to the Data Center. Raw data are then converted into standard format (i.e. RINEX format) for an easy processing by users.
Datatype : Database

Publications

  • Malet J.-P., Ulrich P., Déprez A., Masson F., Lissak C. and Maquaire O. 2013. Continuous monitoring and near-real time processing of GPS observations for landslide analysis: a methodological framework. In Margottini C. Canuti Sassa P. K. (ed.) Landslide Science and Practice, Proceedings of the Second World Landslide Forum. Vol. 2. Rome, Italy, Springer, 201–209. (doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31445-2_26)
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