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International Symposium on Earth and Environmental Sciences for Future Generations : Proceedings of the IAG General Assembly, Prague, Czech Republic, June 22- July 2, 2015 / edited by Jeffrey T. Freymueller, Laura Sánchez.

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Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2018.
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1 online resource (X, 364 pages) : 137 illustrations in color.
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1st ed. 2018.
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Earth and Environmental Science (Springer-11646)
International Association of Geodesy symposia 0939-9585 ; 147
International Association of Geodesy Symposia, 0939-9585 ; 147
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Geophysics.
Geotechnical engineering.
Remote sensing.
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These proceedings contain 43 papers, which are the peer-reviewed versions of presentations made at the various International Association of Geodesy (IAG) sessions during the 26th General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG), held from 22 June to 2 July 2015 in Prague, Czech Republic. The theme of the General Assembly was "Earth and Environmental Sciences for Future Generations". The papers were drawn from nine symposia organised by the IAG, including a union symposium, and thirteen symposia jointly organised by the IAG and other associations of the IUGG.   The IAG Symposia were structured according to the four IAG Commissions and the three GGOS Focus Areas, and included reference frames, static and time-variable gravity field, Earth rotation and geodynamics, emerging GNSS technologies and applications, height systems unification, geohazards monitoring, and sea level observation and modelling. The cross-disciplinary symposia dealt with topics such as atmospheric remote sensing, cryospheric studies, structure and deformation of plate interiors, earthquakes studies, integrated observing systems, and preservation and utilization of historical data in Geosciences.
Contents:
Part 1 - Geodetic Reference Systems and Frames
Simulation of VLBI observations to determine a global TRF for GGOS
The Assessment of the Temporal Evolution of Space Geodetic Terrestrial Reference Frames
Analysis strategies for the densification of the ICRF with VLBA Calibrator Survey sources
Towards the Definition and Realization of a Global Absolute Gravity Reference System
Part 2 - Static Gravity Field Observations and Modelling
The linearized fixed gravimetric boundary value problem and its solution in spheroidal approximation
On the convergence of the h-p finite element method for solving boundary value problems in physical geodesy
Domain Transformation and the Iteration Solution of the Linear Gravimetric Boundary Value Problem
A New Argentinean Gravimetric Geoid Model - GEOIDEAR
Exploitation of marine gravity measurements in the validation of global gravity field models
Traceability of the Hannover FG5X-220 to the SI units
Evaluation of Robert Sterneck's historical gravity pendulum measurements in the Czech territory
Part 3 - Detection and Modelling of Gravity Field Variations
Ground-satellite comparisons of time variable gravity: results, issues and on-going projects for the null test in arid regions
Impact of groundtrack pattern of double pair missions on the gravity recovery quality - Lessons from the ESA SC4MGV project
A posterior de-aliasing of ocean tide error in future double-pair satellite gravity missions
A method of airborne gravimetry by combining strapdown inertial and new satellite observations via dynamic networks
Hybrid gravimetry as a tool to monitor surface and underground mass changes
Tidal spectroscopy from a long record of superconducting gravimeters in Strasbourg (France)
Investigations of a suspected jump in Swedish repeated absolute gravity time series
Part 4 - Earth Rotation and Geodynamics
Detailed analysis of diurnal tides and associated space nutation in the search of the Free Inner Core Nutation resonance
Chandler wobble and frequency dependency of the ratio between gravity variation and vertical displacement for a simple Earth model with Maxwell or Burgers rheologies
Detection of the atmospheric S1 tide in VLBI polar motion time series
Free Core Nutation parameters from hydrostatic long-base tiltmeter records in Sainte Croix aux Mines (France)
Numerical Issues in Space-Geodetic Data Analysis and their Impact on Earth Orientation Parameter
A non-tidal atmospheric loading model: On its quality and impacts on orbit determination and C20 from SLR
Effects of meteorological input data on the VLBI station coordinates, network scale, and EOP
History of monitoring Earth orientation, and re-analyses of old data
Part 5 - Advances in GNSS Technologies, Data Processing, and Applications
Multi-GNSS PPP-RTK: mixed-receiver network and user scenarios
A New Method for Real-Time PPP Correction Updates
Towards reliable and precise BeiDou positioning with stochastic modelling
PPP carrier phase residual stacking for turbulence investigations
On Removing Discrepancies Between Local Ties and GPS-Based Coordinates
Receiver Antenna Phase Center Models and Their Impact on Geodetic Parameters
Singular spectrum analysis for modeling geodetic time series
Impact of Limited Satellite Visibility on Estimates of Vertical Land Movements
Noise filtering augmentation of the Helmert transformation for the mapping of GNSS derived position time series to a target frame
Part 6 - Geodetic Modelling of Atmospheric Variables
Assessing GPS + Galileo Precise Point Positioning Capability for Integrated Water Vapor Estimation
Atmospheric perceptible water in Somma-Vesuvius area during extreme weather events from ground-based GPS measurements
Water vapor radiometer data in very long baseline interferometry data analysis
Part 7 - Geodetic Monitoring of Surface Deformations
Land subsidence detected by persistent scatterer interferometry using ALOS/PALSAR data from the Nakagawa lowland in the central Kanto Plain, Japan
A new velocity field of Greece based on seven years (2008-2014) continuously operating GPS station data
SPINA Region (South of Iberian Peninsula, North of Africa) GNSS geodynamic model
Continuous Kinematic GPS Monitoring of a Glacier Lake Outburst Flood
Water in Central Asia - Reservoir Monitoring with Radar Altimetry along the Naryn and Syr Darya Rivers
Erratum to: AMethod of Airborne Gravimetry by Combining Strapdown Inertial and New Satellite Observations via Dynamic Networks.
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Freymueller, Jeffrey T. editor., Editor,
Sánchez, Laura, editor., Editor,
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978-3-319-69170-1
9783319691701
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