Geodesy Beyond 2000

Geodesy Beyond 2000

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In this volume, the state of the art in geodesy is presented with special emphasis on the challenges of the next decade. It is subdivided into six parts. The first five parts discuss the challenges of providing a stable global reference at the parts per billion level by space methods, the impact of recently approved dedicated satellite missions on the determination of a high resolution global gravity field and its refinements by airborne gravity, advances in geodynamics and their impact on the monitoring of seismic hazards and earthquake prediction, the increasing use of GPS and INS in kinematic mode for mapping the Earth's surface and monitoring the behaviour of large man-made structures, and the related advances in mathematical theory and numerical techniques. The last part is dedicated to the discussion of a new structure for IAG to meet these challenges.First, we check for a€œstepsa€ introduced into the GPS solution as a result of changes in the GPS satellite constellation. An automated check for steps is followed with a manual check by comparing the GPS vertical acceleration with the beam velocity from the gravimeter. ... III LL DL LL-50 | | I 0 3000 6000 9000 TIME (S) Fig. ... The amount of filtering required depends upon the signal-to-noise characteristics of the particular survey, as determined by the power in the gravity field and theanbsp;...

Title:Geodesy Beyond 2000
Author: Klaus-Peter Schwarz
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06

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