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

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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