Research Studies by T. Lebourg, S. El Bedoui, A. Deschamps and Y. Guglielmi, Geoazur, UNS, Nice, France.
The Panagopoula landslide is accepted now as a paleolandslide (no datation) which has been active during the beginning of the 70s. In 1971, after the paroxysmal displacement of the Panagopoula area, the Greek authorities decided to realize several works in order to stabilize the most active area:
Land drainage (two tunnels and several surface drainage canalisations),
Remodelling of the slope by land terracing,
Installation of piezometers, inclinometers completed with geophysical and topometric investigations in order to survey the water level and the displacement of the slidding surface.
The Sergoula landslide...
The monitoring of the Gulf of Corinth landslides is supported by the EU Research Programme 3HAZ WP5 Corinth.