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TitleInSAR monitoring of pipeline routes
AuthorSinghroy, V; Li, J; Blais-Stevens, A; Fobert, M -A
SourceIEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium proceedings 2018, 2018 p. 212-215,
Alt SeriesNatural Resources Canada, Contribution Series 20190043
MeetingIGARSS 2018 - 2018 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium; Valencia; ES; July 22-27, 2018
Mediaon-line; digital
File formatpdf (Adobe® Reader®)
Subjectsgeophysics; Economics and Industry; Health and Safety; surficial geology/geomorphology; remote sensing; satellite imagery; radar methods; energy resources; petroleum resources; pipelines; deformation; wetlands; landslides; debris flows; slope failures; methodology; inferometric synthetic aperture radar; InSAR; monitoring; infrastructures; pipeline ruptures; RADARSAT-2; RADARSAT Constellation Mission; geological hazards; environmental hazards; time series analyses
Illustrationsgeophysical images; time series; geoscientific sketch maps
ProgramRemote Sensing Science, Information Extraction Procedures for Landmass Monitoring
Released2018 11 05
AbstractIn this study, we discuss the use of InSAR-SBAS deformation time-series analysis as part of an early warning technique to monitor the safety of oil pipelines on different terrains. We focus on an oil spill in a wetland area and identify potential risks along a new pipeline route. We analyzed 153 RADARSAT 2 InSAR images for both sites. Our results show that the InSAR deformation monitoring can be used to investigate sites along pipeline routes. Integrating InSAR deformation measurements with existing geotechnical, thermal and climatic information will provide an early warning technique to prevent potential pipeline rupture in geologically risky areas. The 4-day InSAR rapid revisit from the RADARSAT Constellation Mission (RCM) will increase the acquisition for monitoring surface deformation along these high-risk pipeline routes.