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Dr. Sergey V. Samsonov

Canada Centre for Mapping and Earth Observation
Natural Resources Canada, Canada
Research Scientist

Email: sergey.samsonov@nrcan-rncan.gc.ca


2007 Ph.D., University of Western Ontario, Geophysics & Environmental Science

1999 M.Sc., Lomonosov State University, Physics

Publications (selected)

  1. Beavan J.,Fielding.,Motagh M., Samsonov S., and Donnelly, 2011, N. Fault location and slip distribution of 22 February 2011 Mw 6.3 Christchurch, New Zealand, earthquake from geodetic data, Seismological Research Letters, 82 (6), 789-799
  2. Samsonov S., Beavan J, Gonzalez P., Tiampo K., and Fernandez J., 2011, Ground deformation in the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand observed by ALOS PALSAR interferometry,Geophysical Journal International, 187 (1), 147-160
  3. Tiampo K., Ouegnin F-A., Valluri S., Samsonov S. and Fernandez J., 2011, An elliptical model for deformation due to groundwater fluctuations, PAGEOPH special issue - Deformation and Gravity Change: Indicators of Isostasy, Tectonics, Volcanism and Climate,DOI: 10.1007/s00024-011-0402-3
  4. Samsonov S., van der Koij M. and Tiampo, K., 2011, A simultaneous inversion for deformation rates and topographic errors of DInSAR data utilizing linear least square inversion technique, Computers & Geosciences,37 (8), 1083-1091
  5. Samsonov S. and Tiampo K., 2010, ALOS PALSAR time series analysis of subsidence at Tauhara and Ohaaki geothermal fields in New Zealand, Canadian Journal on Remote Sensing, 36(2), S327–S334
  6. Beavan J., Samsonov S.,Motagh M., Wallace L., Ellis S., Palmer N., 2010, Preliminary source model of the MW7.1 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake from geodetic data, Bulletin of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering, 43(4), 228-235
  7. Samsonov S. and Tiampo K., 2011, Polarization phase difference analysis for selection of persistent scatterers in SAR interferometry, IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, 99, 331-335
  8. González P., Samsonov S., Manz M., Prieto J., Tiampo K.,Tizziani P., Casu F., Pepe A., Berardino P., Camacho A., Lanari R., and Fernández J., 2010, 3D volcanic deformation fields at Tenerife Island: integration of GPS and Time Series of DInSAR (SBAS), Cahiers du Centre Européen de Géodynamique et de Séismologie, 29, 43-50
  9. Samsonov S., Topographic Correction for ALOS PLASAR interferometry, 2010, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 48(7), 3020 - 3027
  10. Beavan J., Samsonov S., Denys P., Palmer N., Denham M., 2010, Joint inversion of GPS and InSAR data from 15 July 2009 MW7.8 Dusky Sound earthquake reveals oblique slip onthe Puysegur-Fiordland subduction interface, Geophysical Journal International,183(3), 1265–1286
  11. Latimer C., Samsonov S., Tiampo K. and Manville V., 2010, Inverting for volcanic sources using genetic algorithms applied to deformation signals observed at the Auckland Volcanic Field, Canadian Journal on Remote Sensing, 36(2), S266–S273
  12. Samsonov S., Tiampo K., Gonzalez P., Manville V., and Jolly G., 2010,Modelling deformation occurring in the city of Auckland, New Zealand mapped by the Differential Synthetic Aperture Radar, JGR-Solid Earth, 115, B08410, doi:10.1029/2009JB006806
  13. Fry, B., Bannister, S.C., Beavan, R.J., Bland, L., Bradley, B.A., Cox, S.C., Cousins, W.J., Gale, N.H., Hancox, G.T., Holden, C., Jongens, R., Power, W.L., Prasetya, G., Reyners, M.E., Ristau, J., Robinson, R., Samsonov, S., Wilson, K.J., GeoNet team, 2010, The Mw 7.6 Dusky Sound earthquake of 2009 : preliminary report. Bulletin of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering, 43(1), 24-40
  14. Joyce K., Wright K., Ambrosia V., and Samsonov S., 2010,Incorporating Remote Sensing into Emergency Management, Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 25(4), 14-24
  15. Joyce K., Samsonov S., Manville V., Jongens R., Graettinger A., Cronin S., 2009, Remote sensing data types and techniques for lahar path detection: A case study at Mt Ruapehu, New Zealand. Remote Sensing of Environment,113(8), 1778-1786
  16. Joyce K., Wright K., Samsonov S. and Ambrosia V., 2009. Remote sensing and the disaster management cycle, Advances in Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Gary Jedlovec (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-307-005-6, INTECH
  17. Petersen, T., Ristau, J., Beavan, R.J., Denys, P., Denham, M., Field, B.J., Holden, C., McCaffrey, R., Palmer, N.G., Reyners, M.E., Samsonov, S., GeoNet team,  2009, The Mw 6.7 George Sound earthquake of October 15, 2007 : response and preliminary results. Bulletin of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering, 42(2), 129-141
  18. Joyce K., Belliss S., Samsonov S., McNeill S., and Glassey P., 2009, A Review of the Status of Satellite Remote Sensing Image Processing Techniques for Mapping Natural Hazards and Disasters, Progress in Physical Geography, 33(2), 183-207
  19. Perlock P., Gonzalez P., Tiampo K., Rodriguez-Velasco G., Samsonov S., and Fernandez J., 2009, Time Evolution of Deformation Using Time Series of Differential Interferograms: Application to La Palma Island (Canary Islands). In: Earth Sciences and Mathematics, Pageoph Topical Volumes (ed. Camacho A., Diaz J., and Fernandez, J.), 1531-1554
  20. Samsonov S., Tiampo K., and Rundle J., 2008, Application of DInSAR-GPS optimization for derivation of three-dimensional surface motion of southern California region along the San Andreas Fault. Computers and Geosciences, 34 (5), 503-514
  21. Francois-Holden C., Bannister S., Beavan J., Cousins J., Field B., McCaffrey R., McVerry G., Reyners M., Ristau J., Samsonov S., and Wallace L., 2008, The Mw6.6 Gisborne earthquake of 2007: preliminary records and general source characterisation. Bulletin of New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering, 41
  22. Samsonov S., Tiampo K., Rundle J., and Li Z., 2007, Application of DInSAR-GPS optimization for derivation of fine scale surface motion maps of southern California. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 45(2), 512-522
  23. Samsonov S. and Tiampo K., 2006, Analytical optimization of DInSAR and GPS dataset for derivation of three-dimensional surface motion. IEEE Geoscience and Remote sensing Letters, 3(1), 107-111

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