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What we learn about surface deformation processes from space.

Stramondo S.
  Mercoledì 28/09   16:30 - 19:00   Edificio Psicologia 2 - Aula 2A   IV - Geofisica, Fisica dell'ambiente
The aim of the talk is to provide an overview about the use of Satellite Remote Sensing in Earth Sciences and to discuss its contribution to the retrieval of geophysical parameters. In particular, we focus on the combined use of SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar) data processing techniques, like InSAR (Interferometric SAR), Multiple Aperture Interferometry (MAI), Speckle Tracking, in order to measure 3D components of ground motions. Such outcomes can be also complemented with additional instruments, like GPS. Such approach has demonstrated its effectiveness to investigate the causes of surface displacements and related processes. Some of the most recent and widely investigated case studies are analysed.