E. Kaminski

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[1] The Permanent Scatterers Synthetic Aperture Radar Interferometry (PSInSARTM) is a technique, which aims at ground deformation mapping with millimetric precision. In the framework of the Globvolcano ESA project, we evaluated a PSInSAR derived approach to monitor ground deformation in highly active volcanic areas, based on the example of Piton de La(More)
Due to its high eruptive activity, Piton de La Fournaise is an ideal case study to follow ground deformation associated with eruptive activity. Ground deformation is monitored in the field by the Volcanological Observatory of Piton de La Fournaise. GPS data reveal the presence of two time scales of ground deformation: (1) large short-term displacements (up(More)
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