LAMPRE fosters GMES downstream services for landslide hazards with innovative research and technological developments and exploitation activities.

The Global Monitoring Environment and Security (GMES) programme, now Copernicus programme, is coordinated and managed by the European Commission. The development of the observation infrastructure is performed under the aegis of the European Space Agency for the space component and of the European Environment Agency and the Member States for the in situ component.

Potential cooperation with other Copernicus projects

Advanced Procedures for volcanic and Seismic MonitoringForeshore Assessment using Space TechnologyIncreasing Resilience through Earth ObservationProject on a Multihazard Open Platform for Satellite Based Downstream ServicesSpace-based Information Support for Prevention and Recovery of Forest Fires Emergency in the MediteRranean Area Rapid Analysis and Spatialisation and Of RiskFramework to Integrate Space-based and In-situ SENSIng for dynamic vUlnerability and recovery Monitoring

Video on Copernicus Emergency Management Service

Some recents international and European projects and initiatives relevant for LAMPRE

AcronymProject TitleAreas / Sectors

Bridge

Building Relationships and Interactions to Develop GMES for European Security

Security

Dolphin

Development of Pre-operational Services for Highly Innovative Maritime Surveillance Capabilities

Maritime Surveillance

GMOSAIC

GMES services for Management of Operations, Situation Awareness and Intelligence for regional Crises

Intelligence & Early Warning; Crisis Management & Operations

SAFER

GMES Emergency Response Services

Emergency Response Management

DORIS_Net

Downstream Observatory organised by Regions active in Space - Network

European network of Copernicus-GMES Regional Contact Offices

GMES4REGIONS 

GMES For Regions 

Initiative implemented by the GRAAL and DORIS_Net projects

GEO-PICTURES 

GMES and Earth observation with position-based image and sensor communications technology for universal rescue, emergency and surveillance management 

Emergency Management

NEREUS

Network of European Regions Using Space Technologies

Initiative by regions from all over Europe

PanGeo

Enabling access to geological information in support of GMES

Ground instability

EVOSS

European Volcano Observatory Space Service

Volcanic risk

DORIS

Advanced downstream service for the detection, mapping, monitoring and forecasting of ground deformations: DORIS

Ground deformation (Crisis phase)

GARNET-E

GMES and Africa: Regional Network for Information Exchange and Training in Emergencie

Emergency Response in Africa

SubCoast

Assesing and Monitoring Subsidence Hazards in Coastal Lowland around Europe

Coastal Lowland

VUELCO

Volcanic Unrest in Europe and Latin American Countries

Volcanic risk

REAKT

Strategies and Tools for Real Time Earthquake Risk Reduction

Earthquake

GENESI-DEC

Ground European Network for Earth Science Interoperations Digital Earth Communities

Digital Earth Community

Helix Nebula

Helix Nebul the Science cloud

Cloud computing Infrastructure

COOPEUS

Connecting Research Infrastructures

Several sectors

-19-23 May 2013, Genève, Switzerland – Altamira attended the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction and presented LAMPRE during a meeting on the Global Platform IGNITE stage (Marketplace area).

Welcome to the LAMPRE outreach section dedicated to the broader general public, university and high-school level education. Here (click below on the links) you can find a compilation of LAMPRE Landslide Frequently Asked Questions, a LAMPRE Google Earth Landslide Identification Practical, a LAMPRE educational video, a LAMPRE Interactive Presentation, and Web links to general landslide information, landslide videos and photos, and landslide activities and teaching resources

 LandslideFAQicon LAMPRE Landslide FAQs
 LampreGoogleEarthIcon LAMPRE Google Earth Landslide Identification Practical
 LampreEducationVideoPreziIcon LAMPRE Education Video and LAMPRE Interactive Presentation
 LampreGeneralInfoIcon  Web Links: General Landslide Information
LampreLandslideVideos Web Links: Landslide Videos and Photos
LampreActivitiesIcon Web Links: Landslide Activities and Teaching

Kaohsiung catchment Taiwan img1The Kaohsiung region is almost entirely covered by the 3,242 km2 Kaoping watershed, originated by the Kaoping river, the longest in Taiwan. The elevation ranges from the highest peak of the Central Mountain Range at 3,952 m a.s.l. to the basin outlet at 0 m a.s.l.. Ninety percent of annual precipitation (~2,800 mm) falls in the wet season (May to September) (Water Resource Agency, 2008).

5 Zermatt-and-St-Moritz-Engadin-Valley SwitzerlandThe study area comprises two zones both located in the Swiss Alps: (i) the Mattervalley, going up from Visp in the bottom of the Rhonevalley to Zermatt, and (ii) the St. Moritz - Engadin valley area. In the Mattervalley area mainly metamorphic rocks (schists and gniesses) crop out. In the valley there are numerous instable slopes, including some densely populated regions prone to landslides.

4 Tramuntana-Range-Palma-de-Mallorca SpainThe island of Majorca (Spain), located in the western Mediterranean, has a variety of different geomorphological domains, most prominently the Tramuntana Range (1,100 km2) in the north-western part of the island. The steep topography of this chain, which is linked to its geological complexity and Mediterranean climate, determines intense slope dynamics with the consequent movements of all categories.

Ernesta Neverbickaite

Ernesta is a project coordinator at GEOMATRIX UAB, working as a technician for the LAMPRE project. Economist in her background (Vilnius University, Msc in Business Administration and Management), Ernesta also has a specialization and considerable practical experience in accounting and audit, as well as marketing and human relations. As GEOMATRIX UAB is a small company, all it's employees are constantly developing their skills in multiple professional areas. For Ernesta Neverbickaite, the LAMPRE project opened a new opportunity in learning certain practical aspects related to procurement of satellite imagery.
Her role in the WP4 will include technical assistance - starting from analysis of specifications, data search in ESA repositories, communication, tracking the requests, planning of data processing activities and maintenance of the Project Log-book, analysis of technical documentation, etc.

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GEOMATRIX UAB, Europos pr. 121, Kaunas, Lithuania

Teresa López Bahut

She is a Remote Sensing technician. She received the degree in Geology from Complutense University of Madrid in 2000. She joined the Geological Survey of Spain (IGME) in 2009. Her primary activities involve image processing&analysis of Earth Observation imagery; also spatial analysis and modelling with Geographic Information Systems. She has collaborated in several multidisciplinary projects of IGME.

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Instituto Geológico y Minero de España

Inmaculada García Moreno

Inmaculada García is an expert on Natural Hazards related to ground movements. Her expertise covers susceptibility, hazard and risk landslide assessment. For DORIS project she has been working on the application of radar interferometer techniques to landslide processes, as well as numerical physical modeling for rockfalls.
Her role in LAMPRE can be summarized as:
-Tasks of the WP6 (Task 6.2, Task 6.3, Task 6.4, Task 6.5,Task 6.6)
- Support the work of scientific and technical dissemination of LAMPRE results. WP9
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Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, Spain

Rosa María Mateos

Dr. Rosa María Mateos has a BSc in Geological Sciences from the University of Granada and a PhD in Geological Sciences from the Complutense University of Madrid. She has also a MBA in Engineering Geology from the Complutense University of Madrid. Since 1995 she has been responsible for the Research Unit of the Geological Survey of Spain in the Balearic Islands, managing and coordinating numerous technical projects and research in the field of Earth Sciences, specializing in Applied – Hydrogeology and Natural Hazards. Her PhD is related to the slope movements which affect the Tramuntana Range in Majorca, and the development of new methodologies for hazard analysis. She is the author of numerous papers and chapters of books on this subject. She is also author of books and magazines articles related to Geology aimed at the general public. Her teaching experience consists of 6 years as assistant professor at the University of the Balearic Islands. Currently she works as Researcher in the Geological Survey of Spain in Granada. She has been the responsible of the test site in Majorca for the DORIS project.

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Instituto Geológico y Minero de España

Margarita Sanabria

She is a geologist with a Master degree in Environmental Research, Modelling and Risk Assessment with over 12 years of experience in the field of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). She joined the Geological Survey of Spain (IGME) in 2006 as a GIS technician. Her work focuses on quality control processes and production of digital mapping, database maintenance and generation of OGC services.

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Maite Garcia

Maite is a Project Coordinator with more than 15 years experience in cross-cultural communication. She graduated in Translation and Interpreting for German and English and obtained a Master's Degree in Linguistics in the field of Foreign Language Acquisition in 1999. She has been involved with many aspects of communication working as a translator, interpreter, language teacher and in the field of international relations in different industry sectors. She joined Altamira Information in 2010 where she collaborates on a number of European projects, the most recent being Terrafirma, Pangeo, Doris. On the LAMPRE project she is the Dissemination Coordinator in charge of WP9, and she is also responsible for liaising with the Stakeholder User Group.

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Altamira Infomation, Spain

Laia Romero

Laia is a Project Coordinator expert on commercial applications based on Earth Observation data. She joined Altamira in 2012 after working as a key account manager in the space sector, being responsible for end-to-end EO services in the fields of water resources management, renewable energies, and climate change. She has vast experience in the coordination of EU and ESA projects in space technologies & applications. She has acquired relevant knowledge on data integration and geo-information tools during these years. She is responsible for the coordination of the involvement of Altamira in non-commercially funded projects, specifically GMES and Copernicus.

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Altamira Infomation, Spain

Ester Vendrell

Ester is the Director of Administration & Finance of Altamira Information.

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Altamira Infomation, Spain

Roberta Onori

She is an engineer with a PhD in Environmental Engineering and experience in Earth Observation,  processing and interpretation of satellite data  for environmental application including natural risks.
She has experience in project management and worked on DORIS project in all the WP in which DPC has been involved. In particular for the DORIS project she was involved in the following activities: (i)identification of user and service requirements; (ii) identification of different DORIS products provided by partners in the different test areas; (iii) design and development an efficient interface between the user domain, the existing European level core services, the National Focal Point (NFP) and the individual up- and down-stream service modules; (iiii) assessment the interface performance.
 
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Italian Civil Protection Department, Rome, Italy

Paola Pagliara

She is a hydraulic engineer with a PhD in Geotechnical Engineering with 25 years experience in floods and landslides risk management and expert on hydrological and meteorological real time monitoring systems. Since 2003 she has joined the Italian Civil Protection Department (DPC), where she is manager of the National Centre for Forecasting and Surveillance for Hydrological and Hydraulic Risk. In the DORIS project she is the PBM for the DPC, that is WP2 Manager and participates to the activities of WP1, WP5, WP6 and WP8. She is the coordinator and responsible of all the activities performed in the DORIS project by the DPC.

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Italian Civil Protection Department, Rome, Italy

Chiara Proietti

She is a geologist with a a Ph.D in Earth Science on interpretation of space-borne radar and optical data for the assessment of ground mass movements. She is working at the DPC on the detection, characterization and monitoring of ground movement with remote sensing data, in areas affected by an high hydrogeological risk. She is working on the DORIS project in all the WP in which DPC is involved in, at the following activities: (i) to identify the user and service requirements; (ii) to identify the different DORIS products provided by partners in the different test areas; (iii) to design and develop an efficient interface between the user domain, the existing European level core services, the National Focal Point (NFP) and the individual up- and down-stream service modules; (iiii) to assess the interface performance.

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FACTS & FIUGRES

GA n°: 312384
Project type: Small collaborative project
Start date: 01/03/2013
Duration: 24 months
Total budget: 2,488 mln. €
EC funding: 1,964 mln. €
Total effort in person-month: 284
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EU FP7

The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement nº 312384. LAMPRE is managed by the Research Executive Agency (REA)

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