Observation of the Earth System from Space / Edition 1

Observation of the Earth System from Space / Edition 1

by Jakob Flury
     
 

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ISBN-10: 3540295208

ISBN-13: 9783540295204

Pub. Date: 12/08/2005

Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg

Within the national German geoscientific research and development programme "GEOTECHNOLOGIEN", funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the German Research Foundation (DFG), the research theme "Observation of the System Earth from Space" was selected as one of 13 key areas in this programme. During the first research phase for this theme

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Within the national German geoscientific research and development programme "GEOTECHNOLOGIEN", funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the German Research Foundation (DFG), the research theme "Observation of the System Earth from Space" was selected as one of 13 key areas in this programme. During the first research phase for this theme from 2002 to 2004 six projects were accomplished covering Earth gravity field and Earth rotation research. These six projects are related to the data exploitation and preparation of analysis techniques for the gravity field satellite missions CHAMP, GRACE and GOCE, to the integration of geodetic observation techniques for a user centre within the International Earth Rotation Service and to improvements in observation and analysis techniques for airborne gravimetry and ring lasers. This book provides a detailed summary of the obtained results, which are relevant for a broad scientific community working in gravity field and Earth rotation research.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9783540295204
Publisher:
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date:
12/08/2005
Edition description:
2006
Pages:
494
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

CHAMP CHAllenging Minisatellite Payload.- CHAMP Mission 5 Years in Orbit.- Remarks on CHAMP Orbit Products.- Harmonic Analysis of the Earth’s Gravitational Field from Kinematic CHAMP Orbits based on Numerically Derived Satellite Accelerations.- Earthquake Signatures in the Ionosphere Deduced from Ground and Space Based GPS Measurements.- Global Atmospheric Sounding with GPS Radio Occultation aboard CHAMP.- GRACE The Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment.- Design and Operation of the GRACE ISDC.- De-aliasing of Short-term Atmospheric and Oceanic Mass Variations for GRACE.- Integrated Sensor Analysis GRACE.- Static and Time-Variable Gravity from GRACE Mission Data.- Gravity Field Recovery from GRACE-SST Data of Short Arcs.- Mapping Earth’s Gravitation Using GRACE Data.- High Frequency Temporal Earth Gravity Variations Detected by GRACE Satellites.- GOCE The Gravity Field and Steady-State Ocean Circulation Explorer.- From Kinematic Orbit Determination to Derivation of Satellite Velocity and Gravity Field.- Mission Simulation and Semi-analytical Gravity Field Analysis for GOCE SGG and SST.- GOCE Gravity Field Modeling: Computational Aspects — Free Kite Numbering Scheme.- An Integrated Global/Regional Gravity Field Determination Approach based on GOCE Observations.- High-Performance GOCE Gravity Field Recovery from Gravity Gradient Tensor Invariants and Kinematic Orbit Information.- The Impact of Temporal Gravity Variations on GOCE Gravity Field Recovery.- Quality Assessment of GOCE Gradients.- Color Figures.- IERS The International Earth Rotation and Reference Systems Service.- IERS Data and Information System.- IERS Analysis Coordination.- Analysis and Refined Computations of the International Terrestrial Reference Frame.- Combination of VLBI Analysis Results.- Towards a Rigorous Combination of Space Geodetic Observations for IERS Product Generation.- CONT02 Analysis and Combination of Long EOP Series.- Conventional and New Approaches for Combining Multi-Satellite Techniques.- GEOsensor Ring Laser for Seismology.- The GEOsensor Project: Rotations — a New Observable for Seismology.- Airborne Gravimetry.- Evaluation of Airborne Vector Gravimetry Using GNSS and SDINS Observations.- SAGS4 — StrapDown Airborne Gravimetry System Analysis.- Further Development of a High Precision Two-Frame Inertial Navigation System for Application in Airborne Gravimetry.

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