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Session 3. Technical and methodological developments, and large networks handling

Conveners: C. Kreemer, E. Pathier, M. Becker

This session is open to papers that address new technical and methodological development of geodetic methods applied Earth deformation monitoring. In the context of the development of international initiatives like GGOS (Global Geodetic Observing System) or EPOS (European Plate Observatory System), we are especially welcoming paper that focus on one of the following challenges:

  • Integration of information coming from different methods (GNSS, gravimetry, SAR and optical imagery, Lidar, ground geodesy, etc.),
  • Handling large volume of data and large instruments networks, including automatic detection of events or irregular pattern,
  • Managing High Performance Computing for large scale processing that can cover several countries, with regular update for monitoring purpose.

 

Keynote Speaker

Zhenhong Li - Newcastle University - UK
GACOS-Assisted InSAR Time Series Technique

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Detailed Oral Program

Thursday 13th September

8 :30AM – 10 :15AM: 

GACOS-Assisted InSAR Time Series Technique (invited)

Zhenhong Li

Deformation across the Altyn Tagh Fault from InSAR : improved estimates using a new tropospheric correction method

Lin Shen

Characterization and removal of shadow bias from Optical Image Correlation; application to the 2013 Balouchistan earthquake

James Hollingsworth

Gap lling based on EOF analysis of temporal covariance of o set tracking displacement measurement time series

Alexandre Hippert-Ferrer

Geodetic Network Design for Low-Cost GNSS

Andrew Watson

Passive RFID: a dense and weather-robust technique to monitor surface deformation, applied to a landslide

Mathieu Le Breton

10:45AM – 11 :45AM: 

On joining near-field and far-field data for robust earthquake source modelling

Henriette Sudhaus

Tools for Bayesian earthquake source inversion from heterogeneous geodetic and seismological observations

Marius Paul Isken

Adaptive fault discretization for the inversion of geodetic data

Yosuke Aoki

Accounting for uncertain fault geometry in earthquake source inversion problems

Théa Ragon

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List of Posters

On demand computation of InSar interferogramms using NSBAS

Franck Thollard, Sandrine Monasson, Elisabeth Pointal, Christophe Laurent, Emilie Deschamps-Ostanciaux, Marie-Pierre Doin, Erwan Pathier, Virginie Pinel, Cecile Lasserre, Raphael Grandin, Michel Diament

The C4G/UBI contribution for the EPOS GNSS Products Dissemination

Machiel Bos, Paul Crocker, Rafael Couto, Rui Fernandes, Rui Cardoso, Hugo Gonçalves, José Manteigueiro, Fábio Pereira, André Rodrigues

The EPOS GNSS Data Gateway: concept and access to EPOS GNSS data and metadata

Mathilde Vergnolle, Jean-Luc Menut, Khai-Minh Ngo, Maurin Vidal, Lucie Rolland

A probabilistic estimation of surface strain rates from GPS measurements

Colin Pagani, Thomas Bodin, Marianne Métois, Cecile Lasserre

 

EPOS-GNSS products: Solution in double difference from CNRS-UGA analysis center

Aline Deprez, Anne Socquet, Nathalie Cotte, Andrea Walpersdorf

 

Reprocessing and Analysis of Iranian Permanent GNSS network 2006 -2017 to monitor surface displacement ,measure velocity and starin fields

Hamidreza Nankali, Fateme Khorrmai, Abdoreza Saadat, Yahya Djamour, Andrea Walpersdorf, Farokh Tavakoli

 

PYACS: A set of Python tools for GPS analysis and tectonic modelling

Jean-Mathieu Nocquet

 

Sea level monitoring using ground-based GNSS reflectometry

Sajad Tabibi, Tonie van Dam, Olivier Francis, Felipe Nievinski

 
 
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