This web portal presents information about ground deformation of Norway generated by analyzing long time series of radar satellite imagery as part of the "InSAR Norway" project. See www.insar.no for more information.
The data and services offered by the Geological Survey of Norway (NGU), together with its partners, within the InSAR Norway project, are made available under the Norwegian Licence for Open Government Data (NLOD) 2.0. By using "InSAR Norway" services, you automatically consent to these terms. The service contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2021).
The service uses terrain and map data from several sources:
The InSAR Norway visualization is based on NORCE Geo Viz. The following libraries are used: glMatrix, poly2tri.js, pako inflate, canvas2svg, int64-buffer, RequireJS, proj4, regression, webgl-debug. Some color maps courtesy of Scientific Colour Maps. Click here to view licenses.
Enter the URL for a WMS or WMTS server below and click Add WMS or Add WMTS depending on the server type. Note that any custom WMS/WMTS servers added here will disappear when the page is reloaded.
No servers added yet.
The visualization's support for WMS and WTMS servers has some shortcomings, some of which may result in a given server not working even if it meets the requirements above. If you experience problems, simply reload this page.
|Tools and Point Filters|
You can also enter free-flight mode. In this mode, the cursor is hidden. Movement is controlled using the keyboard, and look direction controlled by moving the mouse. (The keyboard is also active for movement even without being in free-flight mode.)
|Enter free-flight mode||Alt-G|
|Exit free-flight mode||Esc or Alt-G|
|Fly in/out||W, S|
|Fly left/right||A, D|
|Fly up/down||Q, E|
|Shows this window.|
|Shows interface for adding WMS servers.|
|Shows the legend window.|
|Sets the direction of the light source to match your current view direction.|
|Zooms the map to your current location.|
|Generate a link you can use to share your current view with others.|
|Shows the current mode. Click to toggle between 3D mode and 2D mode.|
|Mean timeseries for points. Click to draw a polygon around the points of interest. Double-click to close the polygon. The mean timeseries appears in the plot window.|
|Show or hide the toolbar.|
The maps tab shows all base layer maps and additional map layers that are available to you.
|Raise the selected map layer.|
|Lower the selected map layer.|
|Pan and zoom the map to show the selected layer.|
|Click the layer preview to toggle the layer on and off. Hold down the Option (Alt) key while clicking to toggle all layers within a group.|
To open the plot window, click a point or select a group of points. The plot window will appear once data for the point(s) have been fetched from the server. To plot multiple single points, hold down the Shift-key while clicking each point. (Note that the summary display above the plot and the data table will only contain data from the last point clicked.)
You can also toggle connecting lines between each datapoint, points, select a curve to fit to the data and set a fixed limit on the Y axis from the popups at the bottom of the plot. Click the View Data button to show raw data for the last selected point. The plot shown can be exported as an SVG.