How to Use Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Data
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Use GDAL to geocode Sentinel-1 GRD data for GIS analysis.
Use European Space Agency (ESA) Sentinel toolbox to generate an interferogram.
Use Snaphu to unwrap an interferogram to generate a deformation map.
Create a DEM from two Sentinel-1 SLC scenes.
Learn how to use AWS to create and log in to an EC2 instance.
Use free GMT5SAR software to create and unwrap an interferogram.
Generate a flood map and animation with SAR data.
Use the S1TBX to create a multi-temporal color composite.
Automate RTC Sentinel-1 using S1TBX graph.
Create an RTC Sentinel-1 image in the cloud.
Mosaic Sentinel-1 products into a single image.
Make Sentinel-1 products smaller and easier to work with.
Mosaic two adjacent Sentinel-1 products into one image.
Use SAR data for environmental monitoring and emergency response.
Generate glacier velocity maps using Sentinel-1 Toolbox (S1TBX).
How to terrain-correct ERS-1, ERS-2, JERS-1, RADARSAT-1, and ALOS PALSAR data.
Make dark RTC images more viewable in GIS environment.
Work with CEOS files: L1.5 PALSAR, and L1 JERS, ERS-1, ERS-2, RADARSAT-1.
View 1978 SAR imagery, digitally processed by ASF 35 years after the historic mission.
Also see selected tutorials from the European Space Agency Sentinel-1 Toolbox
Select and download SAR data online using Vertex.
Use the ASF API for downloading SAR data via a command line.