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OLS Field Name OLS Field Data
Main Title System Earth via Geodetic-Geophysical Space Techniques [electronic resource] /
Type EBOOK
Author Flechtner, Frank M.
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Gruber, Thomas.
Güntner, Andreas.
Mandea, M.
Rothacher, Markus.
Schöne, Tilo.
Wickert, Jens.
Publisher Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer,
Year Published 2010
Call Number G70.39-70.6
ISBN 9783642102288
Subjects Geography. ; Remote sensing. ; Geographical information systems. ; Physics.
Internet Access
Description Access URL
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-10228-8
Collation XX, 596 p. online resource.
Notes
Due to license restrictions, this resource is available to EPA employees and authorized contractors only
Contents Notes
CHAMP and GRACE -- More Accurate and Faster Available CHAMP and GRACE Gravity Fields for the User Community -- The CHAMP/GRACE User Portal ISDC -- Improvements for the CHAMP and GRACE Observation Model -- The Release 04 CHAMP and GRACE EIGEN Gravity Field Models -- Orbit Predictions for CHAMP and GRACE -- Rapid Science Orbits for CHAMP and GRACE Radio Occultation Data Analysis -- Parallelization and High Performance Computation for Accelerated CHAMP and GRACE Data Analysis -- GRACE -- Improved GRACE Level-1 and Level-2 Products and Their Validation by Ocean Bottom Pressure -- The GRACE Gravity Sensor System -- Numerical Simulations of Short-Term Non-tidal Ocean Mass Anomalies -- Improved Non-tidal Atmospheric and Oceanic De-aliasing for GRACE and SLR Satellites -- Global Gravity Fields from Simulated Level-1 GRACE Data -- ITG-GRACE: Global Static and Temporal Gravity Field Models from GRACE Data -- Validation of GRACE Gravity Fields by In-Situ Data of Ocean Bottom Pressure -- Antarctic Circumpolar Current Transport Variability in GRACE Gravity Solutions and Numerical Ocean Model Simulations -- GOCE -- Gravity and Steady-State Ocean Circulation Explorer GOCE -- GOCE Data Analysis: From Calibrated Measurements to the Global Earth Gravity Field -- GOCE and Its Use for a High-Resolution Global Gravity Combination Model -- Spectral Approaches to Solving the Polar Gap Problem -- Regionally Refined Gravity Field Models from In-Situ Satellite Data -- Quality Evaluation of GOCE Gradients -- Validation of Satellite Gravity Field Models by Regional Terrestrial Data Sets -- Comparison of GRACE and Model-Based Estimates of Bottom Pressure Variations Against In Situ Bottom Pressure Measurements -- SEAVAR -- Sea Level Variations - Prospects from the Past to the Present (SEAVAR) -- Radar Altimetry Derived Sea Level Anomalies - The Benefit of New Orbits and Harmonization -- Combining GEOSAT and TOPEX/Poseidon Data by Means of Data Assimilation -- Reanalysis of GPS Data at Tide Gauges and the Combination for the IGS TIGA Pilot Project -- Sea Level Rise in North Atlantic Derived from Gap Filled Tide Gauge Stations of the PSMSL Data Set -- Using ARGO, GRACE and Altimetry Data to Assess the Quasi Stationary North Atlantic Circulation -- A 15-Year Reconstruction of Sea Level Anomalies Using Radar Altimetry and GPS-Corrected Tide Gauge Data -- TIVAGAM -- Continental Water Storage Variations from GRACE Time-Variable Gravity Data -- Surface Mass VariabilitySurface mass variability from GRACE and Hydrological Models Hydrological model : Characteristic PeriodsPeriods characteristic and the Reconstruction of Significant SignalsReconstruction of significant signals -- Time-Space Multiscale AnalysisTime-Space Multiscale Analysis Multiscale analysis and Its Application to GRACE and Hydrology Data -- Mass Variation Signals in GRACE Products and in Crustal Deformations crustal deformation from GPS: A Comparison -- Monthly and Daily Variations of Continental Water Storage and Flows -- Calibration of a Global Hydrological Modelglobal hydrological model with GRACE Data -- NRT-RO -- Near-Real-Time Provision and Usage of Global Atmospheric Data from CHAMP and GRACE (NRT-RO): Motivation and Introduction -- Global Atmospheric Data from CHAMP and GRACE-A: Overview and Results -- Near-Real Time Satellite Orbit Determination for GPS Radio Occultation with CHAMP and GRACE -- The Operational Processing System for GPS Radio Occultation Data from CHAMP and GRACE -- Assimilation of CHAMP and GRACE-A Radio Occultation Data in the GME Global Meteorological Model of the German Weather Service -- MAGFIELD -- The Earth's Magnetic Field at the CHAMP Satellite Epoch -- GGOS-D -- Integration of Space Geodetic Techniques as the Basis for a Global Geodetic-Geophysical Observing System (GGOS-D): An Overview -- GGOS-D Data Management - From Data to Knowledge -- GGOS-D Consistent, High-Accuracy Technique-Specific Solutions -- GGOS-D Global Terrestrial Reference Frame -- GGOS-D Consistent and Combined Time Series of Geodetic/Geophyical Parameters -- GGOS-D Integration with Low Earth Orbiters. The Earth's gravity and magnetic gravity fields play an important role in global and regional geodynamics. Research satellites such as CHAMP, GRACE, and GOCE apply new measurement techniques to recover gravity and magnetic fields with unprecedented accuracy and resolution in space and time. Combined with terrestrial observations and numerical models, this data will significantly improve a detailed understanding of the Earth as a coupled system of atmosphere, hydrosphere and solid Earth. In Germany, many of the processing, modelling and interpreting methodologies for these new observation techniques have been developed under the umbrella of the R&D-programme GEOTECHNOLOGIEN. The research projects focus on a better understanding of the spatial and temporal variations in the magnetic and gravity field and their relationship to the dynmaics of the Earth's interior and global change processes close to its surface. This volume presents the results of all multidisciplinary studies covered by this programme for the period 2005-2008, including the following topics: - Static and time variable gravity field models from CHAMP, GRACE and GOCE - Applications of GRACE , altimetry, GPS and other data for geophysical analyses - Contributions to the Global Geodetic Observing System (GGOS) - Atmospheric sounding by GPS radio occultation technique with CHAMP and GRACE - Observation of the Earth's magnetic field with CHAMP Thus, it offers an up-to-date overview for a broad scientific community working in gravity field and Earth rotation research.