His scientific interests lie mostly in Remote sensing, Subsidence, Groundwater, Christian ministry and Urban area. His Remote sensing research includes elements of Point cloud and Classification of discontinuities. Roberto Tomás combines topics linked to Hydrology with his work on Subsidence.
His work in the fields of Aquifer overlaps with other areas such as Displacement. His Synthetic aperture radar course of study focuses on Landslide and China, Three gorges and Regional science. His Interferometric synthetic aperture radar study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Terrain, Elevation and Shuttle Radar Topography Mission, Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer, Digital elevation model.
Roberto Tomás mainly focuses on Landslide, Geotechnical engineering, Aquifer, Interferometric synthetic aperture radar and Subsidence. His Landslide research also works with subjects such as
His Aquifer study results in a more complete grasp of Groundwater. His work in Interferometric synthetic aperture radar tackles topics such as Hydrology which are related to areas like Silt. As part of the same scientific family, Roberto Tomás usually focuses on Synthetic aperture radar, concentrating on Geodesy and intersecting with Site analysis.
His primary scientific interests are in Landslide, Interferometric synthetic aperture radar, Compressive strength, Aquifer and Work. His research in Landslide intersects with topics in Natural, Mining engineering, Natural hazard, Earth observation and China. His Interferometric synthetic aperture radar study combines topics in areas such as Seismology, Radar imaging, Subsidence and Geodesy.
His Compressive strength study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Modulus, Geotechnical engineering, Load testing and Dynamic elastic modulus. His Aquifer study contributes to a more complete understanding of Groundwater. Roberto Tomás has researched Remote sensing in several fields, including Groundwater model and Geodetic datum.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Landslide, Interferometric synthetic aperture radar, Work, State agency and Natural hazard. His study on Landslide also encompasses disciplines like
His Subsidence research focuses on Seismology and how it relates to Terrain. His work in the fields of Groundwater, such as Groundwater model, Groundwater flow and Aquifer, intersects with other areas such as Global Positioning System. When carried out as part of a general Remote sensing research project, his work on Synthetic aperture radar is frequently linked to work in Vulnerability assessment, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
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Temperature influence on the physical and mechanical properties of a porous rock: San Julian's calcarenite
Vicente Brotons;Roberto Tomás;Salvador Ivorra;J.C. Alarcón.
Engineering Geology (2013)
A new approach for semi-automatic rock mass joints recognition from 3D point clouds
Adrián J. Riquelme;Antonio Abellán;Roberto Tomás;Michel Jaboyedoff.
Computers & Geosciences (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)
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)
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)
Discontinuity spacing analysis in rock masses using 3D point clouds
Adrián J. Riquelme;Antonio Abellán;Roberto Tomás.
Engineering Geology (2015)
Modification of slope mass rating (SMR) by continuous functions
Roberto Tomás;J.F. Delgado;J. B. Serón.
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences (2007)
Imaging Land Subsidence Induced by Groundwater Extraction in Beijing (China) Using Satellite Radar Interferometry
Mi Chen;Roberto Tomás;Zhenhong Li;Mahdi Motagh.
Remote Sensing (2016)
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)
Monitoring activity at the Daguangbao mega-landslide (China) using Sentinel-1 TOPS time series interferometry
Keren Dai;Keren Dai;Zhenhong Li;Roberto Tomás;Roberto Tomás;Guoxiang Liu.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2016)
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