Data for "Ground deformation with DInSAR on a global scale: opportunities and challenges". Preliminary retrievals of deformation rates based on 2017-2022 Sentinel-1 data computed with the MSBASX system.

Published: 26 August 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/t7wvtrk28y.1
Contributors:
Sergey Samsonov,
Wanpeng Feng

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Supplementary information for the manuscript "Ground deformation with DInSAR on a global scale: opportunities and challenges" submitted to the International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation special issue Recent Advances in SAR/InSAR Techniques for Geohazard Monitoring Preliminary retrievals of deformation rates during 2017-2022 computed from Sentinel-1 data with the MSBASX system Part I: Ascending, Canada Part II: Descending, Canada Part III: Ascending, China Part IV: Descending, China Part V: Ascending, Russia Part VI: Descending, Russia Part VII: Glaciers (from speckle offsets), Canada Part VIII: Glaciers (from speckle offsets), Russia For additional information contact Sergey Samsonov at sergey.samsonov@nrcan-rncan.gc.ca or samsonov@insar.ca.

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Natural Resources Canada

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Synthetic Aperture Radar, Russia, China, Canada, Landslide, Glacier, Deformation Analysis, Ground Movement, Subsidence

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