Evaluation of multi-dimensional DInSAR for permafrost environments / N.H. Short.: M103-3/24-2016E-PDF
"Satellite interferometric radar (InSAR) is emerging as an excellent tool to monitor terrain stability. This report evaluates the newest techniques of two- and three-dimensional InSAR, applied specifically in permafrost terrain. Three-dimensional InSAR, as implemented here, is seen to be less reliable than two-dimensional InSAR. Two-dimensional InSAR provides valuable information about slope processes and the nature of terrain movement”--Executive summary, p. 2.
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|Department/Agency|| Canada. Natural Resources Canada. |
|Title||Evaluation of multi-dimensional DInSAR for permafrost environments / N.H. Short.|
|Series title||Open file ; 24|
|Publication type||Series - View Master Record|
|Electronic document|| |
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|Note(s)|| Includes bibliographical references. |
Includes summary in French.
|Publishing information||[Ottawa] : Natural Resources Canada, 2016.|
|Author / Contributor||Short, N. H.,1975-|
|Description||20 p. : col. ill.|
|Catalogue number|| |
|Departmental catalogue number||297626|
|Subject terms||Permafrost, Geophysics, Remote sensing, Satellite imagery|
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