Differential Interferometry Synthetic Aperture Radar is a mature remote sensing technique broadly used for the measurement of slow deformations with major application in several fields. In the last years, the application to slow moving landslides has grown quickly and several examples of the monitoring capability can be found in the literature. Main goal of this work is the description of the advances in terms of products that can be achieved from both an innovative methodological approach to DInSAR data analysis and the technological improvements related to the last generation of sensors.

Methodological and Technological Advances in the Application of Spaceborne DInSAR for Landslide Monitoring

PEDUTO, DARIO;CASCINI, Leonardo
2013

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Differential Interferometry Synthetic Aperture Radar is a mature remote sensing technique broadly used for the measurement of slow deformations with major application in several fields. In the last years, the application to slow moving landslides has grown quickly and several examples of the monitoring capability can be found in the literature. Main goal of this work is the description of the advances in terms of products that can be achieved from both an innovative methodological approach to DInSAR data analysis and the technological improvements related to the last generation of sensors.
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