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|Title:||The field experiments synchronous with ERS-1 and 2 tandem mission for the simulation of neotectonic movement|
|Publisher:||EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY|
|Citation:||THIRD ERS SYMPOSIUM ON SPACE AT THE SERVICE OF OUR ENVIRONMENT, VOL 1,414,429-433|
|Abstract:||Using differential SAR Interferometry technique, it is possible to detect subtle changes in the Earth's land and ice surfaces over a period of time to an accuracy of millimetres. The technique involves interferometric phase comparison of successive SAR images. The results so far available related to the above technique are limited and there is a need to conduct further experiments to strengthen the earlier results. Taking advantage of ERS-1 and 2 tandem operation, experiments were conducted to simulate Earth crust movement by installing corner reflectors (CRs). The CRs were exclusively designed, fabricated and installed for the simulation. From April to June 1996, the corner reflectors were lifted systematically with tandem passes and accurately measured on the ground. The movements will be estimated using differential SAR interferometric technique.|
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