Radar interferometry in active volcanic regions

4th GeoHazards Challenge (GH4)


Challenge Description

Surface deformation is one of the key features to characterize the evolution of active volcanic areas. The goal of this challenge is to implement systematic monitoring of surface deformation at volcanoes showing signs of activity by taking advantage of Sentinel-1 radar imagery. To this aim, we exploit the Smithsonian institute in cooperation with USGS provides a Weekly Volcanic Activity Report (WVAR), where new and ongoing eruptive phases are listed, to automatically trigger Sentinel-1 interferometric processing.


The results below are divided into Software Repositories, Data Processing Pipeline Services and Data Product Repositories.  In case you would like to get in touch about specific results, please use the indicated reference code.


Software Repositories

There are currently X Software repositories in the area of Radar interferometry in active volcanic regions. All of them available on request. GitLab contains the data. Follow the link below to proceed to the corresponding platform. To run this application you will need a Developer Cloud Sandbox that can be requested at support (at) terradue.com

Description Access Link Reference


Available on request   ETHZ-02-01-01
  Available on request   ETHZ-02-01-01

Data Processing Pipeline Services

There are application packages available for the deployment as

Description of pipeline service Link

Data processing pipeline

There is a Trigger App & coordinator, ready for the production via Terradue Ops or via Ellip notebooks workspace for 'any' Scaler user. There is no dedicated Infohub App available yet for Scaler users. Initial results from validation tests are available on the Data Store.


On-demand processing

Private access from dedicated Infohub App not yet available 



Data Product Repositories

In the table below you can find the data product repositories. In every repository you can find a catalogue entry as well as a visualisation of the results.

Description Link Reference

1. Catalog entry for discovery (OWS Context format)



2. Data store client App for results visualisation

Available on Ellip




1. Catalog entry for discovery (OWS Context format)

Links need to be adopted, not available yet



2. Data store client App for results visualisation

Not available yet



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