His primary areas of study are Remote sensing, Landslide, Remote sensing, Groundwater and Geodesy. In most of his Remote sensing studies, his work intersects topics such as Subsidence. Many of his studies on Landslide apply to L band as well.
Gerardo Herrera usually deals with Remote sensing and limits it to topics linked to Settlement and Seismology. His study looks at the relationship between Groundwater and topics such as Subsidence, which overlap with Natural hazard. In his work, Consolidation, Total station, Hydrology and Inclinometer is strongly intertwined with Synthetic aperture radar, which is a subfield of Geodesy.
Gerardo Herrera mostly deals with Landslide, Remote sensing, Interferometric synthetic aperture radar, Subsidence and Groundwater. His studies deal with areas such as Geodesy, Finite element method and Natural hazard as well as Landslide. His work on Synthetic aperture radar and Remote sensing as part of general Remote sensing research is frequently linked to Temporal resolution and Radar imaging, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Interferometric synthetic aperture radar research incorporates elements of Mining engineering and Geodetic datum. Geomorphology covers Gerardo Herrera research in Subsidence. The Groundwater study combines topics in areas such as Extensometer and Subsidence.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Interferometric synthetic aperture radar, Landslide, Aquifer, Remote sensing and Geohazard. His work carried out in the field of Interferometric synthetic aperture radar brings together such families of science as Seismology and Geodesy. His Landslide research integrates issues from Mining engineering, Economic impact analysis, Tectonics and Natural hazard.
His Aquifer study is concerned with Groundwater in general. The various areas that Gerardo Herrera examines in his Remote sensing study include Slope stability and Deformation. His Hydraulic head study combines topics in areas such as Geomorphology and Subsidence.
His main research concerns Remote sensing, Interferometric synthetic aperture radar, Landslide, Natural hazard and Urban planning. His Remote sensing study incorporates themes from Groundwater model, Groundwater flow, Aquifer and Geodetic datum. In most of his Interferometric synthetic aperture radar studies, his work intersects topics such as Groundwater.
His study in Landslide is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Economic impact analysis and Identification. His Natural hazard study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Seismology, Cartography, Remote sensing and Digital elevation model. The concepts of his Urban planning study are interwoven with issues in Synthetic aperture radar, Geohazard and Subsidence.
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Multi-sensor advanced DInSAR monitoring of very slow landslides: The Tena Valley case study (Central Spanish Pyrenees)
G. Herrera;F. Gutiérrez;J.C. García-Davalillo;J. Guerrero.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2013)
Radar interferometry techniques for the study of ground subsidence phenomena: A review of practical issues through cases in Spain
R. Tomás;R. Romero;J. Mulas;J. Mulas;J. J. Marturià.
Environmental Earth Sciences (2014)
Advanced DInSAR analysis on mining areas: La Union case study (Murcia, SE Spain)
G. Herrera;R. Tomás;J.M. Lopez-Sanchez;J. Delgado.
Engineering Geology (2007)
A landslide forecasting model using ground based SAR data: The Portalet case study
G. Herrera;J.A. Fernández-Merodo;J. Mulas;M. Pastor.
Engineering Geology (2009)
Mapping ground subsidence induced by aquifer overexploitation using advanced Differential SAR Interferometry: Vega Media of the Segura River (SE Spain) case study
Roberto Tomás;Yolanda Márquez;Juan M. Lopez-Sanchez;José Delgado.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2005)
Assessment of the performance of X-band satellite radar data for landslide mapping and monitoring: Upper Tena Valley case study
D. Notti;J. C. Davalillo;G. Herrera;O. Mora.
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2010)
A methodology for improving landslide PSI data analysis
Davide Notti;Gerardo Herrera;Silvia Bianchini;Claudia Meisina.
Journal of remote sensing (2014)
Advanced interpretation of subsidence in Murcia (SE Spain) using A-DInSAR data - modelling and validation
G. Herrera;J. A. Fernández;R. Tomás;G. Cooksley.
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2009)
Tectonic and seismic implications of an intersegment rupture: The damaging May 11th 2011 Mw 5.2 Lorca, Spain, earthquake
José J. Martínez-Díaz;Marta Bejar-Pizarro;José A. Álvarez-Gómez;José A. Álvarez-Gómez;Flor de Lis Mancilla.
Analysis with C- and X-band satellite SAR data of the Portalet landslide area
Gerardo Herrera;Davide Notti;Juan Carlos García-Davalillo;Oscar Mora.
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