Special Issue "InSAR in Remote Sensing"
A special issue of Remote Sensing (ISSN 2072-4292).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2021).
Interests: disaster monitoring; deep learning; radar image processing; environmental changes
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In the past two decades, the interferometric SAR (InSAR) technique was widely applied in the field of remote sensing to measure Earth’s surface deformation due to various natural and man-made disasters such as earthquakes, landslides, groundwater depletion, underground mining. In recent times, the availability of high spatial and temporal coverage of SAR data has provided the additional advantage of time-series analysis. Currently, many satellites deliver SAR data with high spatial resolution (less than 5 m) with dual and full polarizations, therefore offering a unique opportunity to design precise displacement maps and evaluate damages on artificial structures such as bridges, dams, buildings, etc..
Therefore, high-resolution displacement products are the main current topic of interest in the development of InSAR techniques and will allow to better understand the processes of man-made hazards in urban areas and infrastructures. This Special Issue “InSAR in Remote Sensing” will focus on: (1) Innovative applications using time-series algorithms such as Persistent scatterers InSAR (PSI) and Small baseline subset (SBAS) that emphasize the importance of high-spatial-resolution SAR data for high-resolution InSAR products in urban areas; (2) The development on new time-series data processing algorithms by utilizing the capacity of dual- and full-polarization SAR data.
For this Special Issue, we are inviting the submission of original articles focused on, but not exclusively, the following topics:
- Monitoring Infrastructure deformations
- Advances in PSI and SBAS algorithms for urban deformation monitoring
- PSI results using polarimetric data
- Urban deformation monitoring using SAR tomography
- Comparative assessments of Conventional InSAR (PSI, SBAS) and SAR tomography
- Groundwater depletion
Prof. Duk-jin Kim
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- Interferometric SAR
- High-resolution SAR
- Time-series analysis
- Polarimetric SAR Interferometry