9.13.2011

I have just finished the RADAR training by JAXA-Sentinel Asia

 Being part of the GPS Team in our office, we are tasked to map the crustal deformation along the Philippine Fault as well as other tectonically active locations in the Philippines using Differential GPS.

Apart from GPS , there are other means of quantifying such deformation, one is through remote sensing with the use of satellite images. RADAR is a means to remotely sense and analyse an environment such as the Earth.

I have just been part of a RADAR training, specifically inSAR (Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar) that was held in the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) Auditorium held last September 5-6. This technical training was brought to us by JAXA - Sentinel Asia.



It was an engaging experience and I surely learned a lot. Will have a separate post for that later. I am looking forward to applying the principles in the current research projects that I am in.

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