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Geophysical Monograph Series

 

The Use of Artificial Satellites for Geodesy

Vol. 15, 1972

GEOPHYSICAL MONOGRAPH SERIES, VOL. 15, 298 PP., 1972
ISSN: 0065-8448; ISBN: 0-87590-015-1

The Use of Artificial Satellites for Geodesy

S. W. Henriksen, A. Mancini, and B. H. Chovitz (Eds.)

This monograph contains 34 communications presented at the Third International Symposium on the Use of Artificial Satellites for Geodesy in 1971, and 4 invited papers on subjects that complement the others and provide continuity. All contributions represent the most recent findings in the theoretical and applied fields of satellite geodesy, including new instrumentation (satellite sensors and ground equipment) of potential use in satellite geodesy.
The two preceding symposiums were held at Washington, D.C., in 1962 and at Athens, Greece, in 1965. The Proceedings of the first were published by North‐Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam, in 1963, and the Proceedings of the second by the National Technical University, Athens, in 1967. The prime mover behind both was George Veis, and his continuing dedication to this subject was in large measure responsible for scheduling this third symposium.

Citation: Henriksen, S. W., A. Mancini, and B. H. Chovitz (Eds.) (1972), The Use of Artificial Satellites for Geodesy, Geophys. Monogr. Ser., vol. 15, 298 pp., AGU, Washington, D. C., doi:10.1029/GM015.

Henriksen, Soren W.; Mancini, Armando; Chovitz, Bernard H.

Preface

pp. ix-x

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Blaha, Georges

Critical configurations of fundamental range networks

pp. 1-7

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Aardoom, L.

Geometric accuracy obtainable from simultaneous range measurements to satellites

pp. 9-18

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Baldini, Angel A.

Absolute orientation of satellite triangulation

pp. 19-25

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Schmid, Hellmut H.

Status of data reduction and analysis methods for the worldwide geometric satellite triangulation program

pp. 27-41

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Cazenave, A.; Dargnies, O.; Balmino, G.; Lefebvre, M.

Geometrical adjustment with simultaneous laser and photographic observations on the European datum

pp. 43-48

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Rutscheidt, Erich H.

Preliminary results of the Secor equatorial network

pp. 49-58

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Mueller, Ivan I.; Reilly, James P.; Schwarz, Charles R.; Blaha, Georges

Geos 1 Secor observations in the Pacific (solution SP 7)

pp. 59-65

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Baker, Robert M. L., Jr.

Mini-arc orbit determination for the Geos C altimetry experiment

pp. 67-76

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Marsh, James G.; Douglas, Bruce C.; Klosko, Steven M.

Tracking-station coordinates from Geos 1 and Geos 2 optical flash data

pp. 77-82

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Bush, Norman

Survey improvement and calibration analysis for the Air Force eastern test range with Geos C

pp. 83-91

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Hopkins, John

Analysis of methods for computing an Earth gravitational model from a combination of terrestrial and satellite data

pp. 93-98

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Khan, Mohammad Asadullah

Nature of the satellite-determined gravity anomalies

pp. 99-106

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Koch, Karl-Rudolf

Simple layer model of the geopotential in satellite geodesy

pp. 107-109

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Morrison, Foster

Propagation of errors in orbits computed from density layer models

pp. 111-119

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Balmino, Georges

Representation of the Earth potential by buried masses

pp. 121-124

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Lundquist, C. A.; Giacaglia, G. E. O.

Geopotential representation with sampling functions

pp. 125-131

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Schwarz, Charles R.

Refinement of the gravity field by satellite-to-satellite Doppler tracking

pp. 133-138

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Martin, C. F.; Martin, T. V.; Smith, David. E.

Satellite-satellite tracking for estimating geopotential coefficients

pp. 139-144

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Cazenave, A.; Forestier, F.; Nouel, F.; Pieplu, J. L.

Improvement of zonal harmonics by the use of observations of low-inclination satellites Dial, SAS, and Peole

pp. 145-150

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Rapp, Richard H.

Accuracy of potential coefficients obtained from present and future gravity data

pp. 151-160

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Martin, C. F.; Roy, N. A.

Error model for the SAO 1969 standard earth

pp. 161-167

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Strange, William E.; Vincent, Samir F.; Berry, Richard H.; Marsh, James G.

Detailed gravimetric geoid for the United States

pp. 169-176

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Arnold, K.

Determination of gravity anomalies by satellite geodesy

pp. 177-179

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Beuglass, Larry K.; Anderle, Richard J.

Refined Doppler satellite determinations of the Earth's polar motion

pp. 181-186

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Smith, David E.; Kolenkiewicz, Ronald; Dunn, Peter J.

Geodetic studies by laser ranging to satellites

pp. 187-196

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Prior, Edwin J.

Observed effects of Earth-reflected radiation and hydrogen drag on the orbital accelerations of balloon satellites

pp. 197-207

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Stanley, H. R.; Roy, N. A.; Martin, C. F.

Rapid global geoid mapping with satellite altimetry

pp. 209-216

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Pierson, Willard J., Jr.; Mehr, Emanuel

Average return pulse form and bias for the S193 radar altimeter on Skylab as a function of wave conditions

pp. 217-226

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Greene, Alan H.

Accuracy of satellite radar altimeter measurements

pp. 227-237

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Forward, Robert L.

Geodesy with orbiting gravity gradiometers

pp. 239-243

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Markowitz, W.

Timing for geodetic satellites

pp. 245-246

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Saastamoinen, J.

Atmospheric correction for the troposphere and stratosphere in radio ranging satellites

pp. 247-251

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McDougal, David S.; Lee, Robert Benjamin, III; Romick, Daryl C.

Measured physical and optical properties of the passive geodetic satellite (Pageos) and Echo 1

pp. 253-259

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Faller, J. E.; Bender, P. L.; Alley, C. O.; Currie, D. G.; Dicke, R. H.; Kaula, W. M.; MacDonald, G. J. F.; Mulholland, J. D.; Plotkin, H. H.; Silverberg, E. C.; Wilkinson, D. T.

Geodesy results obtainable with lunar retroreflectors

pp. 261-264

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Kaplan, Marshall H.; Kunciw, Bohdan G.

Lunar gravity model obtained by using spherical harmonics with mascon terms

pp. 265-273

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Baldi, P.; Boschi, E.; Caputo, M.

Estimate of the gravity anomalies of Venus

pp. 275-278

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Kaula, William M.

Prospects for planetary geodesy

pp. 279-281

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Martin, Robert W.; Young, Frederick D.

Considerations for an earth physics information-management service

pp. 283-288

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Summary

pp. 289-298

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