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3.12 Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar Geodesy

  title={3.12 Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar Geodesy},
  author={Margaret Simons},
Compressed sensing application in interferometric synthetic aperture radar
A novel interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) signal processing method based on compressed sensing (CS) theory shows the ability to keep the imaging quality with less data acquisition.
Ground deformation induced by geothermal utilization at Reykjanes, SW-Iceland, inferred from interferometric analysis of Sentinel-1 Synthetic Aperture Radar images (InSAR)
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    IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
  • 2022
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Measurement of the three-dimensional surface deformation of the Jiaju landslide using a surface-parallel flow model
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Mapping of slow landslides on the Palos Verdes Peninsula using the California landslide inventory and persistent scatterer interferometry
Extremely slow landslides, those with a displacement rate <16 mm/year, may be imperceptible without proper instrumentation. These landslides can cause infrastructure damage on a long-term timescale.
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The investigation of Earth's surface deformation phenomena provides critical insights into several processes of great interest for science and society, especially from the perspective of further


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Atmospheric limitations to repeat‐track radar interferometry
In its recent radar imaging mission, the Shuttle Imaging Radar satellite (SIR-C) devoted three days to repeat-track interferometry. We have analyzed the data from a test site in the Mojave desert of
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Synthetic Aperture Imaging Radar and Moving Targets
  • R. Raney
  • Mathematics
    IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems
  • 1971
It is shown that the effects of target movement are decreased as the radar scan rate is increased, and are increased as the (Doppler processed) compression ratio is increased.
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Synthetic aperture radar interferometry is an imaging technique for measuring the topography of a surface, its changes over time, and other changes in the detailed characteristic of the surface. By
TOPSAR: Terrain Observation by Progressive Scans
A novel (according to the authors' knowledge) type of scanning synthetic aperture radar (ScanSAR) that solves the problems of scalloping and azimuth-varying ambiguities is introduced, with the name terrain observation with progressive scan (TOPS).
Satellite radar interferometry: Two-dimensional phase unwrapping
Interferometric synthetic aperture radar observations provide a means for obtaining high-resolution digital topographic maps from measurements of amplitude and phase of two complex radar images. The