• Geology
  • Published 2004

Advanced satellite radar interferometry for small-scale surface deformation detection

@inproceedings{Baran2004AdvancedSR,
  title={Advanced satellite radar interferometry for small-scale surface deformation detection},
  author={Ireneusz Baran},
  year={2004}
}
Synthetic aperture radar interferometry (InSAR) is a technique that enables generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) and detection of surface motion at the centimetre level using radar signals transmitted from a satellite or an aeroplane. Deformation observations can be performed due to the fact that surface motion, caused by natural and human activities, generates a local phase shift in the resultant interferogram. The magnitude of surface deformation can be estimated directly as a… CONTINUE READING

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