Information provided below are generated automatically by computers and were not validated a posteriori by a scientific analysis. Results are issued from a complex and unsupervised processing. Consequently they may be inaccurate or even erroneous. In particular, solution computed for the most recent dates are potentially less robust. For inquiries, please contact the authors. Institutions and individuals involved with the production of these results shall not in any way be responsible for possible erroneous results or failure of the web service. For usage in scientific works, please cite the papers listedbelow.Software repository ongithub. Contact:amster@ecgs.lu


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References: please cite - d’Oreye N., Derauw D., Libert L., Samsonov S., Dille A., Nobile A., Monsieiurs E., Dewitte O., Kervyn F. (2019). Automatization of InSAR mass processing using CSL InSAR Suite (CIS) software for Multidimensional Small Baseline Subset (MSBAS) analysis: example combining Sentinel-1 and Cosmo-SkyMed SAR data for landslides monitoring in South Kivu, DR Congo. Abstract, 13-17 May 2019, ESA Living Planet Symposium 2019, Milano, Italy - Samsonov, S., A. Dille, O. Dewitte, F. Kervyn, and N. d'Oreye (2020). Satellite interferometry for mapping surface deformation time series in one, two and three dimensions: A new method illustrated on a slow-moving landslide. Engineering Geology, (266), 105471, doi:10.1016/j.enggeo.2019.105471. - Derauw D., d’Oreye N., Jaspard M., Caselli A. and Samsonov S. Ongoing automated Ground Deformation monitoring of Domuyo - Laguna del Maule area (Argentina) using Sentinel-1 MSBAS time series: Methodology description and first observations for the period 2015 – 2020. J. South Am. Earth Sc., Vol. 104, 102850. Link to paper