SAR Remote Sensing for Volcanic Hazards: Ground Deformation Monitoring and InSAR

Iceland with the Reyjkanes Peninsula highlighted in red

What is SAR?

SAR Timelapse

Close up of the volcano area. Despite the shifts in the image you can make out the lava flow

Ground Deformation through InSAR

Point 1: Fagradalsfjall Volcano

Point 2: Swelling around Grindavik

InSAR displacement map released by Iceland Met office
Sampling point seen by red triangle (left). Timeseries plot of point seen in plot on right.

Concluding Remarks

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