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Keywords

  • Oceanography—Remote sensing
  • Geodynamics—Remote sensing
  • Gravimeters(Geophysical instruments)

Index Terms

  • 1200 Geodesy and Gravity
  • 1294 Geodesy and Gravity: Instruments and techniques
  • 4500 Oceanography: Physical
  • 4200 Oceanography: General

Gravimetry and Space Techniques Applied to Geodynamics and Ocean Dynamics

Vol. 82, 1994

GEOPHYSICAL MONOGRAPH SERIES, VOL. 82, 142 PP., 1994
ISSN: 0065-8448; ISBN: 0-87590-468-8

Gravimetry and Space Techniques Applied to Geodynamics and Ocean Dynamics

B. E. Schutz, A. Anderson, C. Froidevaux, and M. Parke (Eds.)

The variety of disciplines represented in this volume (including space geodesy, oceanography, geophysics, and celestial mechanics) attest to the interdisciplinary applications of gravimetry and space techniques. The relation to sea level is addressed within some of the papers and the contributions of the techniques to development of global gravity models are discussed. The space technique of satellite altimetry has become a prominent contributor to sea surface topography as well as ocean tide models and determination of gravity, especially in ocean areas. Ocean tides influence the motion of near-Earth satellites and the rotation of the Earth. Modern space geodesy is increasingly relying on the Global Positioning System for measuring geophysical phenomena manifested at the surface through crustal deformations. Furthermore, the geophysical interpretation of gravity anomalies has been facilitated by the introduction of modern techniques.
This volume represents only a small “snapshot” of the interdisciplinary research being conducted. Modem space geodesy is one of the common links between the disciplines reflected in this volume. New developments in gravimetry and space techniques will further enhance and foster interdisciplinary work in coming years.

Citation: Schutz, B. E., A. Anderson, C. Froidevaux, and M. Parke (Eds.) (1994), Gravimetry and Space Techniques Applied to Geodynamics and Ocean Dynamics, Geophys. Monogr. Ser., vol. 82, 142 pp., AGU, Washington, D. C., doi:10.1029/GM082.

Schutz, Bob E.; Anderson, Allen; Froidevaux, Claude; Parke, Michael

Preface

pp. ix-ix

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Moritz, Helmut

Foreword

pp. xi-xi

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Lambert, Anthony; Liard, Jacques O.; Courtier, Nicholas; Bower, Donald R.

Absolute gravimetry applied to postglacial rebound studies: Progress in Laurentia

pp. 1-7

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Nerem, R. S.; Lerch, F. J.; Putney, B. H.; Klosko, S. M.; Williamson, R. G.; Patel, G. B.; Pavlis, E. C.

Long wavelength geopotential and tidal modeling for geodynamics and ocean dynamics: GEM-T3 and GEM-T3S

pp. 9-19

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Shum, C. K.; Chambers, D. P.; Ries, J. C.; Yuan, D. N.; Tapley, B. D.

The determination of large-scale sea surface topography and its variations using geosat altimetry

pp. 21-32

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Zahel, Wilfried

Fitting Ocean Tide Dynamics to Gravimetric and Sea Surface Topography Data

pp. 33-46

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Capotondi, Antonietta; Holland, William R.

Assimilation of Geosat data into a regional model of the Gulf Stream

pp. 47-68

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Ray, Richard D.; Cartwright, David E.

Satellite altimeter observations of the Mf and Mm ocean tides, with simultaneous orbit corrections

pp. 69-78

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Drottning, Asmund H.; Knudsen, Per

Estimation of the sea surface topography off mid-Norway using Geosat altimetry and sea-gravity data

pp. 79-86

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Dickman, S.R.

Ocean tide effects on Earth's rotation and on the lunar orbit

pp. 87-94

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Kolaczek, B.; Kosek, W.

Systematic differences between radiointerferometric and laser series of pole coordinates and short periodic variations of pole coordinates

pp. 95-101

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Exertier, P.; Metris, G.; Boudon, Y.; Barlier, F.

Long term evolution of mean orbital elements of artificial satellites

pp. 103-108

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Jahn, Cord-Hinrich; Seeber, Günter; Foulger, G. R.; Einarsson, Páll

GPS epoch measurements spanning the mid-Atlantic plate boundary in Northern Iceland 1987–1990

pp. 109-123

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Matyska, Ctirad

Topographic masses and mass heterogeneities in the upper mantle

pp. 125-132

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Sjöberg, L. E.; Nord, T.; Fan, H.

The Fennoscandian geoid bulge and its correlation with land uplift and Moho depth

pp. 133-142

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