Leonardo Euillades

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Differential Synthetic Aperture Radar Interferometry (DInSAR) is a remote sensing technique that exploits the phase difference between SAR image pairs acquired at different times, in order to detect the relative displacement (projected along the sensor line of sight (LOS)) occurred among the acquisitions [1]. Over the last decade the investigations of(More)
Differential interferometry is a remote sensing technique that allows studying crustal deformation produced by several phenomena like earthquakes, landslides, land subsidence and volcanic eruptions. Advanced techniques, like small baseline subsets (SBAS), exploit series of images acquired by synthetic aperture radar (SAR) sensors during a given time span.(More)
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