Emanuela Pichelli

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—Spaceborne interferometric synthetic aperture radar (SAR) (InSAR) imaging has been used for over a decade to monitor tectonic movements and landslides, as well as to improve digital elevation models. However, InSAR is affected by variations in round-trip propagation delay due to changes in ionospheric total electron content and in tropospheric humidity and(More)
Spaceborne Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) imaging is a well established technique to derive useful products for several land applications. One of the major limitations of InSAR is atmospheric effects, and in particular the high water vapor variability. On the other hand, these effects might be explored to use InSAR for high-resolution(More)
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