Cécile Lasserre

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[1] Despite remarkable successes achieved by Differential InSAR, estimations of low tectonic strain rates remain challenging in areas where deformation and topography are correlated, mainly because of the topography‐related atmospheric phase screen (APS). In areas of high relief, empirical removal of the stratified component of the APS may lead to biased(More)
a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t Keywords: shallow creep strike-slip fault Tibet SAR interferometry frictional properties We use 20 years of Synthetic Aperture Radar acquisitions by the ERS and Envisat satellites to investigate the spatial and temporal variations of strain rates along the 35-km long creeping section of the Haiyuan fault, at the north(More)
SUMMARY New GPS measurements in Chiapas (Mexico), Guatemala, and El Salvador are used to constrain the fault kinematics in the North America (NA), Caribbean (CA) and Cocos (CO) plates triple junction area. The regional GPS velocity field is first analysed in terms of strain partitioning across the major volcano-tectonic structures, using elastic half-space(More)
—Synthetic aperture radar interferometry (InSAR) is limited by temporal decorrelation and topographic errors, which can result in unwrapping errors in partially incoherent and mountainous areas. In this paper, we present an algorithm to estimate and remove local digital elevation model (DEM) errors from a series of wrapped interferograms. The method is(More)