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Proceedings of 3rd International Electronic Conference on Remote Sensing
Earth's topography and deformation mapping have become easier by the use of a geodetic technique popularly known as repeat-pass Synthetic Aperture Radio Detection and Ranging (SAR/RADAR) Interferometry (InSAR). However, the measurements obtained through InSAR are liable to atmospheric errors. Water vapor and clouds present in the troposphere and the Total Electron Content (TEC) of the ionosphere are responsible for the additional path delay in the wave. An increase is induced in the observeddoi:10.3390/ecrs-3-06188 fatcat:x22jihngs5cmron7cnqbtrut34