Interferometría SAR en las islas Shetland del Sur: modelo numérico de elevaciones de la Isla Decepción

M. CASTILLO, F. PÉREZ, V. PALÀ, JAUME CALVET I PORTA

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Satellite Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) interferometry is a technique that allows the generation of altimetric information. The technique is higly useful in remote areas and this paper shows an application of SAR interferometry in the South Shetland Islands (Antarctica). SAR images obtained by the ERS (European Remote Sensing) satellites of the European Space Agency (ESA) have been processed with an interferometric processor developed by the Departament de Geodinàmica i Geofísica of the Universitat de Barcelona in collaboration with the Institut Cartogràfic de Catalunya.

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