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Sea level rise caused by climate change represents a challenge to coastal flood protection measures, particularly in regions such as the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein. Large parts along the North Sea coast are protected by dikes and offshore islands provide additional shelter to the hinterland, which often lies just above or even beneath sea...
The use of ground motion data derived from space-borne Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) images is a well-established method of monitoring and examining naturally or anthropogenically driven ground motion processes such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslides, mining-induced subsidence, or even the stability of pipelines in re...
The near-surface geology of northern Germany is characterised by glacial deposits, which are deformed and penetrated by rising permian and upper triassic salt structures. The salt structures mainly rise along tectonic fault zones and today partly trace the structures of the Glückstadt Graben. The observation of ground motion potentially associated...
Elbe marshlands Brunsbüttel (Nuclear power plant) Lübeck's historic city (UNESCO World Heritage) Anhydrite swelling We show, how we combine statistical methods to select persistent scatterer (PS) from different datasets and finally visualize the annual ground motion rates derived from these scatterers in a way that allows us to separate signals rep...