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Table 1 ALOS/PALSAR and ALOS-2/PALSAR-2 datasets used in this study

From: Surface displacement revealed by L-band InSAR analysis in the Mayya area, Central Yakutia, underlain by continuous permafrost

Pair no. Satellite/sensor Mode Incidence angle (°) Image 1 (yyyymmdd) Image 2 (yyyymdd) Bperp (m) Span (day)
1 ALOS/PALSAR FBD 38.7 20070902 20090723 − 2113 690
2     20070902 20090907 − 1469 736
3     20070902 20100910 1604 1104
4     20090723 20090907 643 46
5 ALOS-2/PALSAR-2 SM3 36.3 (beam F2_6) 20150821 20151002 12 42
6     20150821 20160930 − 88 406
7     20150821 20180831 20 1106
8     20150821 20180914 − 110 1120
9     20150821 20180928 − 61 1134
10     20151002 20160930 − 101 364
11     20151002 20180928 − 73 1092
12     20160930 20180928 27 728
13     20170929 20180831 9 336
14     20170929 20180914 − 121 350
15     20170929 20180928 − 71 364
16 ALOS-2/PALSAR-2 SM1 36.2 (beam U2_7) 20180817 20180831 − 137 14
17     20180817 20180914 3 28
18     20180817 20180928 − 135 42
19     20180831 20180914 140 14
20     20180831 20180928 1 28
21     20180914 20180928 − 138 14
  1. PALSAR and PALSAR-2 SM3 datasets are acquired from the ascending track (mostly from south to north) and PALSAR-2 SM1 datasets from the descending track (mostly from north to south)