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The result of the test investigation of the diastrophism of Iojima Island where the space satellite data was used is followed. GSI, NIED, JAXA and JMA

105th Coordinating Committee for Prediction of Volcanic Eruption press release material.

The Coordinating Committee for Prediction of Volcanic Eruption secretariat (Japan Meteorological Agency) advances the installation preparation of the group (Satellite Analysis Group) to analyze the satellite data, and : in cooperation with Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) this time. It was assumed that the survey analysis of the diastrophism of Iojima Island (Tokyo Ogasawaramura) was experimentally done by using the observation data of the synthetic aperture radar installed in global environment satellite "Daichi" (ALOS). This investigation analyzed the diastrophism between each by Geographical Survey Institute (GSI) and National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention (NIED) of the participation schedule being centered, and using the data June 16, August 1, and November 1 for the satellite analysis group. The result is as follows.

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