Gravity, Geoid and Space Missions: GGSM 2004. IAG International Symposium. Porto, Portugal. August 30 - September 3, 2004

Gravity, Geoid and Space Missions: GGSM 2004. IAG International Symposium. Porto, Portugal. August 30 - September 3, 2004

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783642065996
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 12/15/2010
Series: International Association of Geodesy Symposia , #129
Edition description: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2005
Pages: 368
Product dimensions: 7.60(w) x 10.63(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

Session 1.- Initial results from retracking and reprocessing the ERS-1 geodetic mission altimetry for gravity field purposes.- Space-borne gravimetry: determination of the time variable gravity field.- Satellite clusters for future gravity field missions.- A Preliminary Gravitational Model to Degree 2160.- Stochastic model validation of satellite gravity data: A test with CHAMP pseudo-observations.- Analysis of J2-Perturbed Relative Orbits for Satellite Formation Flying.- GOCE Gravity Field Processing.- GRACE Gradiometer.- Modelling the Earth’s gravity field using wavelet frames.- Numerical Velocity Determination and Calibration Methods for champ Using the Energy Balance Approach.- Upward Continuation of Ground Data for GOCE Calibration/Validation Purposes.- Global Gravity Field Solutions Based on a Simulation Scenario of GRACE SST Data and Regional Refinements by GOCE SGG Observations.- Effect of geopotential model errors on the projection of GOCE gradiometer observables.- Comparison of some robust parameter estimation techniques for outlier analysis applied to simulated GOCE mission data.- Comparison of outlier detection algorithms for GOCE gravity gradients.- Using the EIGEN-GRACE02S Gravity Field to Investigate Defectiveness of Marine Gravity Data.- Determination of gravity gradients from terrestrial gravity data for calibration and validation of gradiometric GOCE data.- Session 2.- Evaluation of Airborne Gravimetry Integrating GNSS and Strapdown INS Observations.- Network Approach versus State-space Approach for Strapdown Inertial Kinematic Gravimetry.- The Airborne Gravimeter Chekan-A at the Institute of Flight Guidance (IFF).- Numerical investigation of downward continuation methods for airborne gravity data.- Session 3.- Status of the European Gravity and Geoid Project EGGP.- Merging a Gravimetric Model of the Geoid with GPS/Levelling data : an Example in Belgium.- The Antarctic Geoid Project: Status Report and Next Activities.- First Results from new High-precision Measurements of Deflections of the Vertical in Switzerland.- Error Propagation with Geographic Specificity for Very High Degree Geopotential Models.- Gravity Data Base Generation and Geoid Model Estimation Using Heterogeneous Data.- A new strategy for processing airborne gravity data.- Multiresolution representation of a regional geoid from satellite and terrestrial gravity data.- A Study on Two-boundary Problems in Airborne Gravimetry and Satellite Gradiometry.- Local Geoid Computation by the Spectral Combination Method.- On the incorporation of sea surface topography in establishing vertical control.- A New Gravimetric Geoidal Height Model over Norway Computed by the Least-Squares Modification Parameters.- On the Accuracy of Vertical Deflection Measurements Using the High-Precision Digital Zenith Camera System TZK2-D.- TERRA: A feasibility study on local geoid determination in Bolivia with strapdown inertial airborne gravimetry.- Artificial Neural Network: A Powerful Tool for Predicting Gravity Anomaly from Sparse Data.- Session 4.- Photon Counting Airborne Laser Swath Mapping (PC-ALSM).- Evaluation of SRTM3 and GTOPO30 Terrain Data in Germany.- Multiscale Estimation of Terrain Complexity Using ALSM Point Data on Variable Resolution Grids.- Session 5.- A comparison of different isostatic models applied to satellite gravity gradiometry.- Session 6.- Spectral Analysis of Mean Dynamic Ocean Topography From the GRACE GGM01 Geoid.- Interannual to decadal sea level change in south-western Europe from satellite altimetry and in-situ measurements.- Space-time analysis of sea level in the North Atlantic from TOPEX/Poseidon satellite altimetry.- Mean Sea Level and Sea Level Variation Studies in the Black Sea and the Aegean.- Modelling Future Sea-level Change under Green-house Warming Scenarios with an Earth System Model of Intermediate Complexity.- Crossover Adjustment of New Zealand Marine Gravity Data, and Comparisons with Satellite Altimetry and Global Geopotential Models.- Session 7.- Results of the International Comparison of Absolute Gravimeters in Walferdange (Luxembourg) of November 2003.- A New Small Cam-Driven Absolute Gravimeter.- Absolute Gravity Measurements in Australia and Syowa Station, Antarctica.- Unified European Gravity Reference Network 2002 (UEGN02) — Status 2004.- Determination of gravity anomalies from torsion balance measurements.- Session 8.- Decadal Ocean Bottom Pressure Variability and its Associated Gravitational Effects in a Coupled Ocean- Atmosphere Model.- Gravity Changes in the Fennoscandian Uplift Area to be Observed by GRACE and Absolute Gravimetry.- Recovery of global time-variations of surface water mass by GRACE geoid inversion.- Seasonal Gravity Field Variations from GRACE and Hydrological Models.- Mass redistribution from global GPS timeseries and GRACE gravity fields: inversion issues.- The Fennoscandian Land Uplift Gravity Lines 1966–2003.- Temporal Gravity Variations in GOCE Gradiometric Data.- Estimating GRACE Aliasing Errors.- Methods to Study Co-seismic Deformations Detectable by Satellite Gravity Mission GRACE.- The gradiometric-geodynamic boundary value problem.- Relation between the geological conditions and vertical surface movements in the Pannonian basin.- Modelling gravity gradient variation due to water mass fluctuations.

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