[unav_all] InSAR Short Course - space available for late July course

Donna Charlevoix donnac at unavco.org
Fri Jul 12 09:23:44 MDT 2013


There are still  travel funds and space available in this InSAR short course. Domestic and international students are encouraged to apply for travel funds. 

If you have any questions please contact donna at unavco.org or jmaglio at unavco.org.


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Short Course on InSAR: An introduction to processing and applications using ROI_pac and GIAnT

Instructors: Drs. Eric Fielding, Walter Szeliga, Piyush Shanker Agram and Scott Baker
Audience: students and researchers
Dates: July 29-31
Location: UNAVCO, Boulder, Colorado

The goal of this short course is to train scientists in the methods and practices of InSAR (Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar), a powerful tool for measuring Earth surface deformation due to earthquakes, volcanic unrest, ground water migration, and anthropogenic activity. Terabytes of InSAR data were collected for the EarthScope program that spans the entire US. Training scientists new to InSAR for the interpretation of these important data sets is critical to the EarthScope mission. InSAR is also being increasingly used in studies of cryosphere (motions of glaciers and ice sheets) and atmosphere (water content in the troposphere). This short course will also help prepare scientists for exploiting data from upcoming InSAR-capable missions including one currently being planned by NASA.

For more information visit: http://www.unavco.org/edu_outreach/short-courses/2013/insar-roi/insar-roi.html 


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Donna Charlevoix, Ph.D.
Director, Education and  Community Engagement
UNAVCO
donnac at unavco.org
www.unavco.org
6350 Nautilus Drive, Boulder, CO 80301
303.381.7483
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