Utah FORGE: Phase 3 InSAR Study Results


Ground movement is evaluated through analysis of Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) interferograms. Results indicate there has been no detectable ground movement at millimeter scale. The zipped file in this submission contains a report, maps, and results from the InSAR Phase 3 study done to determine ground crustal deformation, if any, in the Utah FORGE area. The data used to facilitate this study included synthetic aperture radar data acquired by the TerraSAR-X and TanDEM-X satellite missions operated by the German Space Agency (DLR). It is accompanied by a README.txt file which further describes each included dataset.

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DOE Project Name: Utah FORGE
DOE Project Number: EE0007080
DOE Project Lead: Lauren Boyd
DOI: 10.15121/1776596
Last Updated: 7 months ago
Data from September, 2020
Submitted Sep 29, 2020


Department of Geoscience - University of Wisconsin-Madison



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Kurt Feigl
Department of Geoscience - University of Wisconsin-Madison
Samuel Batzli
Department of Geoscience - University of Wisconsin-Madison


geothermal, energy, InSar, Utah FORGE, Utah geothermal, subsidence, geodesy, deformation, ground deformation, crustal deformation, map, mean rate of change, MATLAB, geology, bedrock, crustal, remote sensing, EGS, Roosevelt Hot Springs, Milford, Interferometric synthetic aperture radar


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