Geohazards


PanAfGeo Education & Training sessions Corinth Rift Laboratory The Corinth Rift Laboratory (<a>CRL-NFO</a>; 21.35°E-22.5°E; 38°N-38.65°N) is centered between the cities of Patras to the west and Aigion to the east. It is one of the most seismically active zones in Europe. ESA community EPOS TCS community CRL School 2017 CRL School 2018 Volcanic Hazards Horizontal ground displacements As part of the ESA funding for <a href="https://geohazards-tep.eu">GEP</a>, team at <a href="https://eost.unistra.fr/en/">EOST</a> (Ecole et Observatoire des Sciences de la Terre) have already integrated two processing services on GEP. You can read more on the GEP blog, from the following posts: Land Subsidence Seismic Hazards
About the Geohazards category [Geohazards] (1)
A forum to discuss the optical processing services for ground deformation [Horizontal ground displacements] (1)
Welcome to discuss section for the SNAP, Jupyter and the Geohazards Thematic Exploitation Platform training [CRL School 2018] (1)
Training and hands-on SNAP Sentinel-1 IW SLC Interferogram and Displacement [CRL School 2017] (1)
SBAS-DInSAR processing on the ESA Geohazards Exploitation Platform [CRL School 2017] (1)
Monitoring Antarctica’s Larsen-C ice shelf [Corinth Rift Laboratory] (1)
GEP Diapason services for differential interferograms generation [CRL School 2017] (2)
Hands-on GEP, 31 March 2017, Harokopio University [CRL School 2017] (2)