Series: Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing Series Volume: 2
308 pages, illus
This volume is devoted to satellite radar interferometry (InSAR), a remote sensing technique used for geodetic applications such as topographic mapping and for high-accuracy monitoring of deformation of the Earth's crust. It offers a geodetic perspective of the technique, using a functional and a stochastic model to describe the relation between the observations and parameters and to discuss issues such as accuracy, robustness, and error propagation. It explains both theory and applications and provides a resource for future studies in the field. Radar Interferometry presents a geodetic technique, complementary to GPS, laser altimetry, photogrammetry, and leveling and comments on its pros and cons for various applications. It features a new application of radar interferometry in the field of atmospheric studies: fine-resolution mapping of the atmospheric water vapour distribution offers new insights for meteorologists.
From the reviews: "As satellite coverage improves, radar interferometric techniques are becoming powerful and accessible tools for geodetic studies. ! and are also applicable to the study of atmospheric conditions. ! a guidebook for people who are already familiar with the method. ! In conclusion, this is a well written, well presented book ! . This book should be quite useful as a guide for applying InSAR techniques and evaluating the possible errors and the confidence to be placed on the results." (F. A. Nava, Pure and Applied Geophysics, Vol. 168, 2011)
Radar system theory and interferometric processing; Functional model for radar interferometry; Stochastic model for radar interferometry; Data analysis and interpretation for deformation monitoring; Atmospheric monitoring; Conclusions and recommendations: Comparison neutral delay GPS and InSAR; Structure function and power spectrum.
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