[unav_all] AGU Session G09: InSAR Applications for the Detection of Crustal Deformation

Andrew Hooper - LR A.J.Hooper at tudelft.nl
Fri Jun 24 08:44:16 MDT 2011


Dear Colleagues,

We would like draw your attention to one more session at the 2011 Fall AGU Meeting.  This session is sponsored by the Geodesy (G) section and is cosponsored by Earth and Planetary Surface Processes (EP), Natural Hazards (NH), Near Surface Geophysics (NS), Tectonophysics (T), Volcanology, Geochemistry, and Petrology (V) .

G09: InSAR Applications for the Detection of Crustal Deformation

Description: In the last few years, developments in InSAR have continued to push the boundaries of what is detectable in terms of the surface deformation associated with tectonics, volcanism and ground subsidence. Advances have been partly spurred by the launch of satellites that acquire data with increased frequency, but other algorithmic developments include the application of InSAR on a regional scale, and new methods that minimize atmospheric noise. In this session we seek submissions on any application of InSAR for the detection of deformation. We particularly welcome submissions on applications that involve algorithmic development, and those that look to the future, when the volume of SAR acquisitions is set to increase dramatically.

http://sites.agu.org/fallmeeting/scientific-program/session-search/310

Conveners:
Andrew Hooper, Delft University of Technology, a.j.hooper at tudelft.nl
Tim Wright, University of Leeds, t.j.wright at leeds.ac.uk

We welcome your submissions.


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Andy Hooper
Assistant Professor
Delft Institute of Earth Observation and Space Systems
Delft University of Technology
Kluyverweg 1, 2629 HS, Delft, The Netherlands
a.j.hooper at tudelft.nl
tel: +31 15 278 2574
fax +31 15 278 3711
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