Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR)

In charge: Gidon Baer


InSAR is a geodetic remote sensing technique that utilizes radar images to measure mm-scale crustal and surface movements. Comparison between the phases of radar images acquired at different periods enables calculation of the deformation during that time interval. InSAR is applied to measure crustal movements associated with earthquake and volcanos and surface deformation associated with landslides, subsidence, sinkholes, etc.

Types of analyses
Crustal and surface deformation, modeling for source parameters.

Technicians and researchers
Yariv Hamiel, Ran Nof, Maayan Shviro.

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