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Analysis of Secular Ground Motions in Istanbul from a Long-Term InSAR Time-Series (1992–2017)

Gokhan Aslan, Ziyadin Cakır, Semih Ergintav, Cécile Lasserre, François Renard
2018 Remote Sensing  
], Shanghai [23], Mexico City [24], and lithological factors in Bandung basin, Indonesia [25].  ...  The processed InSAR data (Figure 1 ) span nearly 25 years, from 1992 to 2017, with multi-sensor images acquired along ascending and descending orbits.  ...  This is part of the Ph.D. dissertation of Gokhan Aslan who is supported by the French Embassy in Turkey (Bourse Etudes scholarship program 889075G),  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs10030408 fatcat:eqho6hqli5hizg7yfjl753j6sm

Progress or Regress? A Systematic Review on Two Decades of Monitoring and Addressing Land Subsidence Hazards in Semarang City

Rizkiana Sidqiyatul Hamdani, Sudharto Prawata Hadi, Iwan Rudiarto
2021 Sustainability  
Ample monitoring, adaptation, and mitigation measures have been taken to tackle the impact of such coastal hazards for decades in Semarang City.  ...  This paper is aimed to answer that question through an extensive literature review using PRISMA Guidelines to 125 scholarly articles and quantitative supporting analysis.  ...  Physical assessment of coastal vulnerability under enhanced land subsidence in Semarang, Indonesia, using multi-sensor satellite data. Adv. Space Res. 2018, 61, 2159–2179.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su132413755 fatcat:6bjwv5tsvzanlkcyaxotaclppi