TH4.T02: Making the most of the Proposed DESDynI Mission: New Techniques, Science, and Applications II

Session Type: Oral
Time: Thursday, July 28, 15:20 - 17:00
Location: Room 1
Session Chairs: Howard Zebker, Stanford University and Paul Rosen, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
TH4.T02.1: TIME-SERIES INSAR WITH DESDYNI: LESSONS FROM ALOS PALSAR
         Piyush Agram; California Institute of Technology
         Mark Simons; California Institute of Technology
         Howard Zebker; Stanford University
 
TH4.T02.2: INTEGRATING GPS AND INSAR TO RESOLVE STRAIN RATES ALONG THE SAN ANDREAS FAULT SYSTEM: CONTRIBUTIONS FROM ALOS-1/2 AND DESDYNI
         David Sandwell; University of California San Diego
         Meng Wei; University of California San Diego
         Xiaopeng Tong; University of California San Diego
         Bridget Smith-Konter; The University of Texas at El Paso
 
TH4.T02.3: ECOSYSTEM STRUCTURE MEASUREMENTS FROM DESDYNI: TECHNOLOGICAL OPTIONS AND DATA FUSION USING SMALL-FOOTPRINT LIDAR AND ALOS/PALSAR DATA OVER CENTRAL CHILE
         Josef Kellndorfer; Woods Hole Research Center
         Oliver Cartus; Woods Hole Research Center
         Scott Goetz; Woods Hole Research Center
         Wayne S. Walker; Woods Hole Research Center
         Ralph Dubayah; University of Maryland
         Markus Rombach; Digimapas
         Sergio Gonzales; Arauco
 
TH4.T02.4: TANDEM-L: ESTIMATING VERTICAL FOREST SRUCTURE BY MEANS OF MULTI-BASELINE POL-INSAR AT L-BAND FOR GLOBAL BIOMASS MAPPING
         Pardini Matteo; German Aerospace Center (DLR)
         Astor Torano Caicoya; German Aerospace Center (DLR)
         Florian Kugler; German Aerospace Center (DLR)
         Konstantinos Papathanassiou; German Aerospace Center (DLR)
 
TH4.T02.5: GLACIER FLOW AND TOPOGRAPHY MEASUREMENTS WITH TERRASAR-X AND TANDEM-X
         Michael Eineder; German Aerospace Center (DLR)
         Wael Abdel Jaber; Technische Universität München
         Dana Floricioiu; German Aerospace Center (DLR)
         Helmut Rott; Universität Innsbruck
         Nestor Yague-Martinez; German Aerospace Center (DLR)