[unav_all] AGU session announcement

Howard Zebker zebker at stanford.edu
Fri Jul 14 10:20:31 MDT 2017

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to encourage submissions to this AGU special session:

IN041: Looking Ahead to “Universal” Spaceborne InSAR Data Products and 
Services  (Session ID#: 26411)


Session Description:
Each successive spaceborne InSAR system not only leads to more 
discipline knowledge but also serves a larger community through more 
useful data products and applications. ESA’s Sentinel 1A&B satellites 
bring unprecedented coverage from freely available wide swath data; 
NASA’s NISAR mission will have similar reach and is now defining just 
what data products and services best serve science and applications 
users; e.g., geocoding all products while applying interferometric 
corrections yields interferograms and time series accessible to a 
broad spectrum of users, from specialists to those accustomed to more 
traditional data sets such as LANDSAT. This session solicits papers 
covering qualities and attributes of products from planned, current 
and previous InSAR systems, or potential services that offered by 
agencies or value-added providers, in order to provide a context for 
and select the best ideas from past and future systems. Also solicited 
are examples of novel InSAR applications, products, and data flows.

Howard Zebker, Stanford University
Paul Rosen, Caltech Jet Propulsion Laboratory

G - Geodesy

We hope to see you in New Orleans in December!  As a reminder, the 
abstract submission deadline is August 2.

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