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Estimasi Deformasi Permukaan Gunung Bromo menggunakan Analisis Time-Series InSAR Small Baseline Subset

Time-Series InSAR Analysis of the Small Baseline Subset to Estimate Surface Deformation at Mt. Bromo Indonesia

*Arliandy Pratama Arbad scopus  -  Department of Geomatics Engineering, Sumatera Institute of Technology, Indonesia
Wataru Takeuchi  -  Industrial Institute of Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Yosuke Aoki  -  Earthquake Research Institute, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Achmad Ardy  -  Department of Agriculture Technology, Lampung University, Indonesia
Mutiara Jamilah  -  Department of Geodesy Engineering, Diponegoro University, Indonesia
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We observe the surface deformation of the Mt. Bromo which located at eastern Java Indonesia area that includes neighborhood volcanic system on TNBTS (Taman Nasional Bukit Tengger Semeru). Recently, remote sensing has played as an important role to observe volcano behaviour. We apply the SAR Interferometry (InSAR) algorithm referred to as Small Baseline Subset (SBAS) approach that allows us to generate mean deformation velocity maps and displacement time series for the studied area. The common SBAS technique, the set of interferometric phase observations writes as a linear combination of individual SAR scene phase values for each pixel independently. Particularly, the proposed analysis is based on 22 SAR data acquired by the ALOS/PALSAR sensors during the 2007–2011 time interval. A fewer studies have been able to show capability of InSAR analysis for investigating cycle of volcano especially of Mt. Bromo which characterized eruption stratovolcano in ranging one to five years. The results expected in this work represent an advancement of previous InSAR studies of the area that are mostly focused on the deformation affecting the caldera. According to the result, we expected this study could implement on risk management or infrastructure management.

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Keywords: SBAS, Surface Deformation, Volcano Eruption, ALOS/PALSAR
Funding: Institut Teknologi Sumatera

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