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COSMO-SkyMED descending wrapped interferogram spanning the period 13 - 29 August 2014. Each interferometric fringe corresponds to 15 millimeters of relative change in range from ground to satellite.  The highest fringe rate is observed closest to the subsurface dike causing the deformation. Decorrelation in the interferogram is caused by large amount of deformation at the surface, lava flows formed in an eruption between the acquisition of the images used, and surface change due to unstable sand.

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