This 2.5 day course will cover the theory and application of InSAR processing with GMTSAR. Lectures and exercises will be given to teach the basic theoretical aspects of InSAR. Labs will include software installation, running test data sets for standard interferogram formation as well as more advanced processing for stacking of interferograms and ScanSAR interferometry. For Questions contact David Sandwell dsandwellucsd.edu.
Homework: Finish by the beginning of the course.Details are on the Course Materials page
HOMEWORK 1 - UNIX and csh/tcsh
HOMEWORK 2 - Generic Mapping Tools (GMT5)
HOMEWORK 3 - GMTSAR
HOMEWORK 4 - SAR Data Access
Contact David Sandwell if you are having trouble with the GMT5 installation.
Install UNIX on laptop and complete UNIX tutorial prior to workshop.
Install and test Generic Mapping Tools GMT5 prior to workshop.
Day 1: Install and test GMTSAR. Presentations of theory on SAR and InSAR.
Day 2: Process interferograms for presentation. Presentations on accessing the SAR data archives at UNAVCO and ASF.
Day 3: Students present their InSAR results. Departures.
Computers and Data
Students should bring their own UNIX capable laptop computer with at least 4 Gbytes of memory. Computer code, documentation, and sample data sets can be downloaded from the following site: http://topex.ucsd.edu/gmtsar.
Students must apply for WInSAR data access through their University representative (WInSAR Membership) or apply for access through WInSAR and the Alaska Satellite Facility. Students are strongly encouraged to install the GMTSAR software prior to the workshop and should seek assistance from the instructors.
Optional beach time 5-6 PM.
David Sandwell, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, dsandwellucsd.edu
Rob Mellors, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, mellors1llnl.gov
Kurt Feigl, University of Wisconsin
Xiaopeng Tong, University of Washington
Scott Baker, UNAVCO
Paul Wessel, University of Hawaii
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