Author Archives: pablojgonzalez
Although, this year I will not attend San Francisco, CA, USA for the annual Fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union. I would like you to draw attention to our work to be presented: On Tuesday, Tim Wright (Leeds) will present on my behalf our latest results and developments for LiCSAR (a system to automatically […]
I am pleased to announce that COMET offers an introductory course on Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR). Apply now!. Full information can be found at here.
A magnitude 6.2 (Mw) earthquake struck Central Italy, approximately 45 km North of the town of L’Aquila where a destructive magnitude 6.3 earthquake occurred in April 2009. The earthquake occurred at 10 km depth on a crustal fault in the Apennine region in central Italy. The relatively shallow depth of the earthquake has meant […]
Con una cotidianidad pasmosa nos hemos llegado a acostumbrar a mirar el televisor cada día después de las noticias, y ver una perpectiva, inusual, de otro mundo, uno que nunca hemos observado desde ese punto de vista, pero que sin embargo reconocemos con facilidad. Somos capaces de identificar sin dificultad las líneas continentales, las masas […]
Now, it comes the summertime. If you enjoy watching molten rock flying here you have some links to HOURS OF JOY. Feel free to add more links in the comments section. Note: Some videos have been taken down since I started to compile the list. I leave them here to track names and years of […]
Recently, I encountered a ground deformation problem where the slip along a particular fault seems not partitioned (distributed) as usual. Most of the elastic dislocation codes assume that slip partitions about half of the slip on one side block (hangingwall) and the other half along the other block (footwall), e.g., the popular Okada codes. These […]
Today (2013-05-08), it will held a Radarsat-2 SOAR project miniworkshop at Dept. Earth Sciences #WesternU. This 2-hour miniworkshop is dedicated tohighlight the capabilities of Radarsat-2 to imaging the Earth, potential applications and programs for acquiring data. An introductory talk will be give by Stéphane Chalifoux (CSA). In addition, three talks will present current results using […]