OMIV Observatory Missions
The Multidisciplinary Observatory of Versant Instabilities (OMIV) monitors four on-going landslides which are representative of the mechanisms involved in the French Alps (hard/soft rock, relatively slow/fast-moving slope).
On each site, the OMIV observatory provides continuous open access recordings of the landslide kinematics, its seismic response, and the hydro-geochemistry characteristics of the slope. These data sets are unique examples worldwide.
The OMIV observatory, a SO-INSU label since 2007 is labelled for:
The observatory network uses 11 GPS stations, 60 tacheometric benchmarks, 45 1-component and 9 3-component seismic sensors.
All data are openly accessible through a single portal.
OMIV studied landslides
Other landslides are studied by OMIV partners. See here.
Overview of data status by observable, as of November 2014