This volume focuses on how advances in both remote sensing and modelling can be brought together to improve our understanding of the behaviour of active volcanoes. It includes review papers, papers reporting technical advances and case studies showing how the integration of remote-sensing observations with models can be put to good use.2009). The largest uncertainties are expected to be in areas of frequent cloud cover where the DEM was constructed ... For a few volcanoes where there were issues with the SRTM data or where we expected significant topographical ... Both SRTM and GDEM have very low spatial resolutions (90 and 30 m, respectively) compared with new X-band SAR data (3m), such as that from TerraSAR-X (TSX).
|Title||:||Remote Sensing of Volcanoes and Volcanic Processes|
|Author||:||D.M. Pyle, T.A. Mather, J. Biggs|
|Publisher||:||Geological Society of London - 2014-01-06|