HDDS for Turkey Earthquake (updated on November 3, 2011)

November 1, 2011 by  
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http://hdds.usgs.gov/hdds2/ – All HDDS data available through Graphical Viewer            http://hdds.usgs.gov/hdds2/feed/subscribe – RSS history of recent event data published – Requires login for restricted imagery TURKEY EARTHQUAKE http://hdds.usgs.gov/hdds2/feed/rss?event=201110_Earthquake_Turkey –...


COSMO-SkyMed SAR pixel offsets map

November 1, 2011 by  
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Google Earth .kmz file for a map of the range (line-of-sight) pixel offsets from COSMO-SkyMed.  Google Earth .kmz file here. The .kmz file and an image made from it are also available on the GEO Supersite http://supersites.earthobservations.org/van.php#Fri2 Caption: COSMO-SkyMed (CSK) SAR pixel offsets...


COSMO-Skymed Image of Van

October 31, 2011 by  
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Map of the image coverage Acquisition details: Satellite ID : SAR4 Polarization: HH Record number: 100720552 Sensor Mode: STR_HIMAGE Lookside: R Missing line percentage:0 Start time: 10/10/11 3:12:57 PM.557 Number of gaps: 0 Stop time: 10/10/11 3:13:05 PM.102 Pass direction: Descending Near Range Incidence...


Preliminary analysis with COSMO-SkyMed images

October 28, 2011 by  
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COSMO-SkyMed Strip mode images over the city of Van were acquired by e-GEOS.  Preliminary analysis of the ground movements and deformations has been derived from the analysis of co-seismic interferometric coherence.  The SAR data source and initial report are available here: http://www.e-geos.it/news/11-10-26-turkey/Van_earthquake.pdf.


Surface Fault Rupture Image

October 28, 2011 by  
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  Initial field reports of surface rupture range from about 10 km to 30 km. This image shows the surface fault rupture of the Turkey earthquake event. The light blue heavier line is the most distinct break and may have the largest surface fault rupture. The thinner green lines are less distinct...