high-resolution radar data

Tracking rising waters in the Rhine river

The rising waters of the Rhine river in Bonn. Image: UN-SPIDER.

The UN-SPIDER team has utilised radar imagery to track high levels in the Rhine river near Cologne and Dusseldorf between 6 and 8 January 2018.

A combination of heavy rainfall, stormy weather and warmer temperatures than usual led to rising levels in the Rhine River.

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Tracking rising waters in the Rhine River

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Fri, 12/01/2018 - 10:42

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ESA: Mapping land deformation with satellite radar data

Greece deformation

The European Space Agency ESA has developed a new Wide Area Processor, or WAP. The data processor can create maps of land deformation from satellite radar data over larger areas and with higher precision than ever before. These maps can be used to detect and monitor geological hazards.

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A step closer to mapping the Earth in 3D

After a year in service, the German Earth observation satellite TanDEM-X, together with its twin satellite, TerraSAR-X, have completely mapped the entire land surface of Earth for the first time.

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