The RESIST (REmote Sensing and In Situ detection and Tracking of geohazards) project aims at contributing to understanding the source mechanisms driving volcanic eruptions and landslides in the region by
- filling the gap of knowledge on the ground-based level through the installation of the densest seismic and infrasound network ever deployed in the region and first UV camera for SO2 monitoring, and
- combining this information with innovative EO approaches, using both archived data and new space-born acquisition possibilities in radar, optic, gas and precipitation monitoring
The project was initiated in 2015 and is expected to be terminated in 2018. This research was funded by the Belgian Federal Scientific Policy (Belspo) and the Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR). More information about this project can be retrieved from the RESIST website.