InSAR for water lever monitoring in the everglands wetland, south florida
- InSAR for water lever monitoring in the everglands wetland, south florida
- Shimon, Wdowinski
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- Wdowinski, Shimon, Sang-Hoon Hong, and Brian Brisco. 2014.InSAR for water lever monitoring in the everglands wetland, south florida. 2014 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, Quebec. 2014.07.13-18.
- Hydrological monitoring of the Everglades is conducted by a dense network of stage satations. In order to improve the spatial resolution of the water level observations, we use space-borne InSAR measurements, which provide cm-level accuracy of water level changes with 1-50m spatial resolution depending on the sensor type. We analyzed InSAR data acquired by X-band, C-band, and L band satellites. Our analysis shows that all data types can produce coherent interferograms, as long as the time span between the observations is short. The short wavelength, X-and C-band interferograms can maintain phase over periods of several weeks, whereas the longer wavelength L-band interferograms can maintain phase over months and even years
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- 2014 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium
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