Date: Saturday November 3, 2018 from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm ET (GMT -4)
Location: Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Campus, Business/SPEA Building, Rm 2001
(IUPUI campus is about 1.5 km from the Indianapolis Convention Center where GSA is being held November 4-7, 2018)
Map of IUPUI campus area
This course is completed but associated presentation files and some video lectures are available below.
In this full-day short course, we focus on the interpretation of processed InSAR data and how these data can be analyzed and modeled. The expansion of cloud-based routine processing efforts accompanying the Sentinel-1 mission, and in anticipation of the forthcoming NISAR mission, have dramatically expanded the volume of processed InSAR data in the public domain, providing access to InSAR data products without the need to learn InSAR processing. This workshop is targeted at researchers who would like to use these processed products effectively. Topics to be covered include: background theory and processing methodology, data errors and common issues, satellite missions and processed data repositories, time series analysis, data interpretation, ingesting data into modeling efforts, and teaching about InSAR to undergraduates.
Gareth Funning, University of California Riverside garethucr.edu
Please contact Beth Pratt-Sitaula, UNAVCO prattsitaulaunavco.org
In-person participants should bring a laptop.
Virtual participants should print the two exercises.
Please note that although the short course content will start at 8:30 am, in-person participants can join us for coffee starting at 8 am and virtual participants should plan to test their connection prior to 8:30 to make sure everything is working.
|8:00–8:30||Arrival, set-up, coffee|
|8:30–8:40||Introduction and logistics|
InSAR applications (3 Mb pdf)
InSAR theory and interferogram processing (3 Mb pdf)
InSAR deformation, noise and errors (5 Mb pdf)
|11:30–12:00||Exercise: Interpreting InSAR data: the 1995 Dinar earthquake (2 Mb zip)|
|3:30–4:15||From InSAR range change to surface displacements and models (2 Mb pdf)|
Exercise: Interpreting InSAR lines of sight and directions of motion (10 Mb zip)
Wrap-up and feedback survey
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