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As of Aug. 1, 2009

Disaster Management
No. Name Organization Reseach Title Country
3 Hasanuddin Z. Abidin Institute of Technology Bandung Studying the deformation of Indonesian volcanoes by GPS and INSAR Techniques Indonesia
19 Masataka TAKAGI Kochi Univ. of Technology Wide Area Monitoring for Land Disaster Detection Japan
47 Howard A. Zebker Stanford University InSAR studies of slow crustal deformation U.S.A
57 Zhong Lu U.S. Geological Survey, EROS Data Center Studying deformation of volcanoes in the Aleutian Islands and the Kamchatka Peninsula using L-band ALOS PALSAR interferometry U.S.A
59 Charles W. Wicks U. S. Geological Survey An L-Band Study of Cascade Range Volcanoes, Globally Persistent Active Volcanoes, and Areas of Active Deformation in the Western USA U.S.A
63 Tran Dinh Lan Institute of Marine Environment and Resources (IMER) Monitoring Flood in the Vietnam Center Using ALOS Satellite Data Vietnam
66 Wang Zhihua China Aero Geophysical Survey & Remote Sensing Center for Land and Rewources(AGRS) Verifying ALOS for accurate landslide activists survey and monitoring China
69 Roland Burgmann University of California, Berkeley ALOS Measurements for Investigation of Active Deformation and Topography along the San Andreas fault, California U.S.A
81 Magaly Koch Boston University Applications of ALOS in Arid Land Studies: Land Degradation, Natural Hazards and Water Resources U.S.A
92 Kurt Feigl Centre National de Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) SAR interferometric measurement of crustal deformation on North Anatolian fault system, Turkey France
94 Urs Wegmuller Gamma Remote Sensing Monitoring of mining induced surface deformation Switzerland
97 Gilles Peltzer Jet Propulsion Laboratory Measurement of 3-component interseismic strain along active faults using SAR interferometry, application to California, Tibet, and Afar U.S.A
108 Luciano Vieira Dutra National Institute for Space Research (INPE) Evaluation of Polarimetric and INSAR L-band data for Floodplain and Land Use/Cover monitoring, and for biomass estimation in selected Amazonian test sites. Brazil
112 Benoit Deffontaines University of Marne-la-Vallee NATURAL HAZARD MITIGATION IN TAIWAN FROM REMOTE SENSING (Active faults, land slide and Volcanic monitoring) France
114 David T. Sandwell University of California, San Diego, Scripps Insti. of Oceanography Western North America Crustal Dynamics Research: WInSAR Consortium U.S.A
127 Paul Rosen Jet Propulsion Laboratory Pacific Rim Deformation by PALSAR Repeat Orbit Interferometry U.S.A
134 Chinatsu YONEZAWA Tohoku University Interferometric analysis of ALOS/PALSAR data for crustal deformation detection and land subsidence monitoring Japan
136 Eric Fielding Jet Propulsion Laboratory Tectonics and erosion of the Tibetan and Altiplano-Puna plateaus from ALOS PALSAR interferometry and high-resolution digital topography U.S.A
139 Wooil M. Moon Seoul National University Research and Application Development For Polarimetric SAR Technique For Volcanic Feature investigation and Volcanic Hazard Monitoring Republic of Korea
148 Shigeki KOBAYASHI Tokai University Monitoring of volcanically and seismically active regions and investigation of magma transfer process using SAR interferometry, GPS and gravity observations Japan
156 Robert J. Mellors San Diego State University Investigation of crustal motion and slope failure in the North Tien Shan using INSAR U.S.A
194 Masanobu SHIMADA Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Extraction of water vapor and surface deformation using a differential PALSAR interferometry Japan
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