Giacomo Falorni

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Surface deformation monitoring provides unique data for observing and measuring the performance of producing hydrocarbon reservoirs, for Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) and for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). To this end, radar interferometry (InSAR), particularly multi-interferogram Persistent Scatterer (PS) techniques, such as PSInSARTM, are innovative,(More)
InSAR (interferometric synthetic aperture radar) is applied in Imperial Valley of southern California to detect and characterize surface deformation in existing geothermal fields, possible future geothermal developments, and around faults. The data used are from the Envisat satellite, collected over the period 2003-2010. The specific InSAR technique(More)
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