Based on analyses of the PSInSAR data mass movements in the Julian Alps were assessed. 57 images from satellites ERS 1 and ERS 2 were used from the period 04/1992-12/2000. 16,304 permanent scatters were detected and for 10 % time series of displacements were analysed. The results show a constant uplift of the Southern Alps, which is of a higher magnitude than considered until now, in some cases even five times higher. Relative uplift ranges up to 3.35 mm per year and is is related to active tectonics.
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Paper deals with climate change, especially extreme weather conditions, predominantly rainfall, on ecosystem vulnerability. Some consequences on national security are given. In addition needs for public awareness rising and adaptation measures in various fields, including legislation are emphasised.
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