[unav_all] AGU Session of Interest: G013-New Developments in InSAR-based Earth Observation

Chen, Jingyi jingyi at stanford.edu
Thu Jul 23 09:18:34 MDT 2015

Dear colleagues,

We invite you to submit your abstract to this following interdisciplinary InSAR session in the coming AGU Fall Meeting. The session details may be found below.

The deadline for abstract submission is August 5th, 2015 at 11:59 P.M. EDT (August 6th, 3:59 A.M. GMT). Abstracts may be submitted directly via this link:


Session ID#8099: G013-New Developments in InSAR-based Earth Observation

InSAR techniques have already become central tools in the crustal deformation community; more recently, advances in InSAR have led to new applications including the analysis of the atmosphere, biosphere, cryosphere, and hydrosphere, as well as their mutual interactions.

This session is soliciting contributions that are showcasing such recent developments in InSAR-based Earth observation. Of special interest are (1) papers related to new InSAR applications including but not limited to the mapping of atmospheric water vapor, biomass, groundwater flow, permafrost, glaciers, wetlands and soil moisture, as well as the support of emergency response activities and infrastructure monitoring; (2) contributions describing unique processing strategies designed for these applications, including improvements in error modeling and nuisance signal mitigation; and (3) calibration and validation efforts of InSAR results using in-situ data such as aquifer well logs, near-surface geophysical measurements, etc. Presentations focused on new sensing systems are also welcome.

Primary Convener:  Jingyi Chen, Stanford University


Albert C Chen, Stanford University

Franz J Meyer, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Lin Liu, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Earth System Science, Hong Kong, Hong Kong


A - Atmospheric Sciences

B - Biogeosciences

C - Cryosphere

H - Hydrology

We look forward to your submissions and hope to see you in San Francisco.

Best regards,

Jingyi, Albert, Franz and Lin
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