Space Geodesy Seminar - SIOG 237
http://igppweb.ucsd.edu/~fialko/siog237.html
The objectives of this seminar course are to learn the basics of GPS and InSAR, and apply both techniques to study deformation in various places of interest (Southern California and elsewhere). There will be field trips during which we will visit active faults and conduct campaign GPS surveys.

Instructors
Yuri Fialko; 321 IGPP; yfialko-at-ucsd.edu; Ph. 2-5028
Seminar course, S/U grade.
Time: Fri, 1:00-1:50 PM, Munk 303

class@ucsd.edu



SYLLABUS

Date Topic Reading Discussion Leader
12 JAN InSAR - theory Simons, M. & P. Rosen, Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar Geodesy, Treatise on Geophysics, vol. 3, pp. 391-446.

notes

Yuri
19 JAN GPS - theory notes

terminology

Duncan
26 JAN Peltier, A., Froger, J.L., Villeneuve, N. and Catry, T., 2017. Assessing the reliability and consistency of InSAR and GNSS data for retrieving 3D-displacement rapid changes, the example of the 2015 Piton de la Fournaise eruptions. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research. (PDF)

Katia, Jessie
02 FEB Pollitz, F.F., Wicks, C., Schoenball, M., Ellsworth, W. and Murray, M., 2017. Geodetic Slip Model of the 3 September 2016 M w 5.8 Pawnee, Oklahoma, Earthquake: Evidence for Fault~Zone Collapse. Seismological Research Letters. (PDF)

John, Hugh
09 FEB Ansari, H., De Zan, F. and Bamler, R., 2017. Sequential Estimator: Toward Efficient InSAR Time Series Analysis. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 55(10), pp.5637-5652. (PDF)

Dallas, Susheel
16 FEB Zhou, Y., Thomas, M.Y., Parsons, B. and Walker, R.T., 2018. Time-dependent postseismic slip following the 1978 Mw7.3 Tabas-e-Golshan, Iran earthquake revealed by over 20 years of ESA InSAR observations. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 483, pp.64-75. (PDF)

Nick, Zeyu
23 FEB Nobile, A., Acocella, V., Ruch, J., Aoki, Y., Borgstrom, S., Siniscalchi, V. and Geshi, N., 2017. Steady subsidence of a repeatedly erupting caldera through InSAR observations: Aso, Japan. Bulletin of Volcanology, 79(5), p.32. (PDF)

Wes, Hiroki
02 MAR Tong, X. and Schmidt, D., 2016. Active movement of the Cascade landslide complex in Washington from a coherence-based InSAR time series method. Remote Sensing of Environment, 186, pp.405-415. (PDF)

Nicole, Margaret
09 MAR Barnhart, W.D., 2017. Fault creep rates of the Chaman fault (Afghanistan and Pakistan) inferred from InSAR. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 122(1), pp.372-386. (PDF)

Ben, Dorian
16 MAR Bakon, M., Oliveira, I., Perissin, D., Sousa, J.J. and Papco, J., 2017. A Data Mining Approach for Multivariate Outlier Detection in Postprocessing of Multitemporal InSAR Results. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing. (PDF)

Katia

 


Suggested books:

Curlander, John C.. Synthetic aperture radar : systems and signal processing/, John C. Curlander, Robert N. McDonough. New York : Wiley, c1991. xvii, 647 p.: ill. ; 24 cm. Series title: Wiley series in remote sensing Language: EnglishUCSD S & E TK6592.S95 C87 1991

Elachi, C., Introduction to the Physics and Techniques of Remote Sensing, .New York: Wiley, c1987. xvii, 413 p.

Ghiglia, Dennis C.. Two-dimensional phase unwrapping : theory, algorithms,and software /, Dennis C. Ghiglia, Mark D. Pritt. New York : Wiley, c1998. xiv,493 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.


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