Monitoring of displacements with ground-based microwave interferometry: IBIS-S and IBIS-L

@inproceedings{Rdelsperger2010MonitoringOD,
  title={Monitoring of displacements with ground-based microwave interferometry: IBIS-S and IBIS-L},
  author={Sabine R{\"o}delsperger and Gwendolyn L{\"a}ufer and Carl Gerstenecker and Matthias Becker},
  year={2010}
}
One fundamental component of early warning systems for natural hazards is displacement monitoring. Spaceborne SAR Interferometry has proven to be a powerful remote sensing tool for this task. Lately new ground-based SAR instruments are available. Their application field is wide and they combine high resolution and accuracy with the classical benefits of remote sensing techniques. Here, the principles of the microwave interferometer IBIS are presented, as well as its advantages and disadvantages… CONTINUE READING

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