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Authors: Coltelli, M.*
Puglisi, G.*
Guglielmino, F.*
Palano, M.*
Title: Application of differential SAR interferometry for studying eruptive event of 22July 1998 at Mt.Etna
Title of journal: Quaderni di Geofisica
Series/Report no.: / 43 (2006)
Publisher: INGV
Issue Date: 2006
Keywords: SAR interferometry
Abstract: One of the main objectives of the project “Development and application of remote sensing methods for the monitoring of active Italian volcanoes” is directed to an operational use of differential interferometry as a tool for volcano monitoring. A first step to achieve this goal is to test commercial software in order to evaluate the most suitable for the project purposes. For testing software, SAR images collected by ERS2 from May 98 to August 98, before and after the strong eruptive event occurred on 22 July 98 at Voragine crater of Etna, have been selected. The explosive event was classified sub-plinian producing a 12 km high eruptive column and lapilli fell on land as far as 70 km south-eastward along the dispersal axis. Pre, post and across event image pairs have been processed. In particular the pair 13 May 98-22 July 98, 22 July 98-26 August 98, 13 May 98-26 August 98 are used for testing respectively pre, post and across event. In first analysis, the fringes in the differential products show a positive elevation trend in the summit area of the volcano. In particular, an increased of about 1,5 fringes in the period pre-event, and a decrement of 1 fringe in the period post-event is observed. This result is agreement whit field of deformation expected in such kind of event, confirming that the interferometric processing tool used id suitable for the purpose of the project.
Appears in Collections:04.08.07. Instruments and techniques
04.08.08. Volcanic risk
04.08.06. Volcano monitoring
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