Student Assistant in Producing an Infographic on Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) for a Broad Audience
Sarah completed her B.S. degree in geology at the University of Utah and is currently pursuing an M.S. in geoscience at Penn State University. Her love of natural hazards as a child drew her to study volcano deformation on Kilauea volcano in Hawaii for both her undergraduate and graduate research. Sarah’s background with InSAR led her to UNAVCO where she spent the summer developing a suite of InSAR data products to create outreach materials for the Education and Community Engagement program. She generated a suite of many high quality interferograms add to the WInSAR product archive. She also used the examples to design an infographic describing how InSAR works and to showcase the many applications of InSAR in the geosciences.