The detectability of the deformation pattern produced by the June 15, 1995 Aigion Earthquake with DInSAR techniques is ensured by its magnitude (MW = 6.3), shallow depth and dip-slip mechanism. In this paper, stacking procedures are applied to a series of ERS interferograms in order to filter out from the differential phase field the atmospheric signal, and an a posteriori test is used to check the statistical properties of the atmospheric signal both in time and space. Based on the DInSARderived deformation pattern, a new fault model is proposed that takes into account the crustal layering of the western part of the Gulf of Corinth.

Refined InSAR derived fault model for the Mw=6.3, June 15, 1995 Aigion EQ (Greece)

CHIARADIA, Maria Teresa
2006-01-01

Abstract

The detectability of the deformation pattern produced by the June 15, 1995 Aigion Earthquake with DInSAR techniques is ensured by its magnitude (MW = 6.3), shallow depth and dip-slip mechanism. In this paper, stacking procedures are applied to a series of ERS interferograms in order to filter out from the differential phase field the atmospheric signal, and an a posteriori test is used to check the statistical properties of the atmospheric signal both in time and space. Based on the DInSARderived deformation pattern, a new fault model is proposed that takes into account the crustal layering of the western part of the Gulf of Corinth.
IEEE GOLD REMOTE SENSING CONFERENCE
978-889591118-2
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