My Dphil research involves understanding the application of optical matching with sub-pixel resolution of satellite images where the results can be used for improving the knowledge of the earthquake cycle – in particular the coseismic stage. I am also interested in new approaches of measuring 3D surface deformation caused by earthquakes, tectonic rifting and volcanism.
Supervisor: Barry Parson
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Barisin, I., Leprince, S., Parsons, B., Wright, T., (2009), Surface displacements in the September 2005 Afar rifting event from satellite image matching: Asymmetric uplift and faulting, Geophys. Res. Lett., L07301, doi:10.1029/2008GL036431
Barisin, I., Hinojosa, A., Parsons, B. (2015), Co-seismic vertical displacements from a single post-seismic Lidar DEM: Example from 2010 El Mayor-Cucapah earthquake, GJI, on-line version available.
Barlow, J., Barisin, I., Rosser, N., Petley, D., Densmore, D., Wright, T., “Seismically-induced mass movements and volumetric fluxes resulting from the 2010 M w= 7.2 earthquake in the Sierra Cucapah, Mexico.” Geomorphology 230 (2015): 138-145.
Yu, Elliott, Parsons, Barisin, Walker, 2015, Assessing the ability of Pleiades stereo imagery to determine height changes in earthquakes: a case study for the El Mayor-Cucapah epicentral area, submitted in Journal of Geophysical Research.
Barisin, I., Hooper, A., Parsons, B., (2015), Joint Bayesian inversion of sub-pixel optical matching data and Insar for the April, 2010 El Mayor-Cucapah Mw 7.1 earthquake. in prep.
Barisin, I., Parsons, B., (2015), Biases from the optical sub-pixel matching: Example from the April, 2010 El Mayor-Cucapah Mw 7.1 earthquake. in prep.