This year's Joint AOGS-EGU Conference, with the theme "New Dimensions for Natural Hazards in Asia", was held here in the Philippines last February 4-8. I was able to present a poster about detecting co-seismic ground deformation using InSAR.
Last week, a deadly Mw 6.4 earthquake struck Hualien, Taiwan, killing dozens of people. The image is an interferogram processed from two descending . Sentinel 1 images dated February 5 and 11, 2018 using SNAP. The focal mechanism solutions are from the GEOFON Program. Take note that these are preliminary results, no additional corrections were... Continue Reading →
Photo above: At Inabanga, Bohol, where the ground rose about 3 meters. If you look closely, there's a person among the rubble, for scale. The 2013 Bohol earthquake was one of the Philippines' biggest earthquakes in recent history. It was a terrible disaster; killing a lot of people and damaging millions of pesos worth of properties. What's... Continue Reading →