Record nummer 2250752
Titel Comparison of deformation and surface water level time series from different locations at the Port of Rotterdam : developing an analysis methodology to correlate InSAR vertical deformation time series and fluctuating surface water levels
Auteur(s) Ochieng, K.
Uitgever Velp : Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences
Jaar van uitgave 2018
Pagina's 74 p
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Publicatie type Studentenverslag
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) This study was conducted to develop an analysis methodology for analysing correlation between water level and vertical deformation time series obtained from different locations at the Port of Rotterdam. The study areas include seven harbours and one kanal: Donauhaven, 7e Petroleumhaven, Londenhaven, Brittaniëhaven, Hartelkanaal, Prinses Beatrixhaven, Prins Johan Frisohaven and Waalhaven. SkyGeo is specialised in delivering products acquired through InSAR, a special radar technique used in geodesy and remote sensing. Using the most advanced and innovative technique in InSAR, the company provides millimetre accuracy measurements of up to one million measurements per square kilometres for infrastructure monitoring. It also provides constant semi-continuous updates on subsidence and uplift of infrastructure and has data from the last twenty-five years. The data archive covers seventy percent of the Earth’s surface. The company works with data from satellites such as Radarsat2, Envisat, Sentinel- 1, Sentinel- 2 and TerraSAR-X. In its ambition to explore the application possibilities of InSAR for research purposes, SkyGeo takes initiatives to conduct independent research such as in the field of earth and environmental studies.
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