Interferometric synthetic aperture radar-GPS integration : Interseismic strain accumulation across the Hunter Mountain fault in the eastern California shear zone

@inproceedings{Gourmelen2010InterferometricSA,
  title={Interferometric synthetic aperture radar-GPS integration : Interseismic strain accumulation across the Hunter Mountain fault in the eastern California shear zone},
  author={Noel Gourmelen and Falk Amelung and Riccardo Lanari},
  year={2010}
}
[1] The principal limitations of interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) to measure subtle, long‐wavelength deformation are uncertainties associated with the satellite orbits. We propose a method to remove orbital phase errors from the InSAR data by integrating InSAR and continuous GPS time series. We model the along‐track variation of the baseline errors as second‐order polynomials and estimate the coefficients using the continuous GPS measurements. We apply this method to a 600 km… CONTINUE READING
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