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SAR Footprints Data Source availability

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Envisat most recent May 5 2010
ERS Jan 7 2009
ALOS No data available
TerraSAR-X No data available
Radarsat-1 No data available
Radarsat-2 No data available
Cosmo No data available
Short-period IRIS Etna Station Map
Long-period No data available
Broad-band No data available
Continuous GPS No data available
Campaign GPS INGV stations
Strainmeter No data available
Tilt No data available
Gas No data available
gravity No data available
High-res No data available
Lidar No data available

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SAR Data

GPS Data

    Please see the INGV station map which shows the stations included in the 51 MB tarfile available on the supersites archive. GPS campaign data provided for Mt. Etna on this website is collected and/or processed by the Terrestrial and Spatial Geodesy Task of the INGV-CT "Osservatorio Etneo" Ground Deformation Unit. Duplication or sale of all or any part of it is not permitted; for personal research use or educational purposes, please contact Dr. Alessandro Bonforte (alessandro.bonforte@ct.ingv.it). Electronic or print copies may not be offered, weather for sale or otherwise, to any third party. The Terrestrial and Spatial Geodesy Task makes all efforts to keep the content of this website accurate, but it doesn't assume any responsibility for omissions, errors or subsequent changes. The Terrestrial and Spatial Geodesy Task accept no liability for any loss or damage resulting, directly or indirectly, from any use of the information or material contained on this website.

InSAR interferograms

Earthquake Data

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