Gravity, Geoid and Space Missions

GGSM 2004 IAG International Symposium Porto, Portugal August 30 – September 3, 2004

ISBN: 978-3-540-26930-4 (Print) 978-3-540-26932-8 (Online)

Table of contents (63 chapters)

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  1. Session 1

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      Initial results from retracking and reprocessing the ERS-1 geodetic mission altimetry for gravity field purposes

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      Space-borne gravimetry: determination of the time variable gravity field

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      Satellite clusters for future gravity field missions

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      A Preliminary Gravitational Model to Degree 2160

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      Stochastic model validation of satellite gravity data: A test with CHAMP pseudo-observations

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      Analysis of J 2-Perturbed Relative Orbits for Satellite Formation Flying

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      GOCE Gravity Field Processing

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      Pages 42-47

      GRACE Gradiometer

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      Modelling the Earth’s gravity field using wavelet frames

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      Numerical Velocity Determination and Calibration Methods for champ Using the Energy Balance Approach

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      Upward Continuation of Ground Data for GOCE Calibration/Validation Purposes

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      Global Gravity Field Solutions Based on a Simulation Scenario of GRACE SST Data and Regional Refinements by GOCE SGG Observations

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      Effect of geopotential model errors on the projection of GOCE gradiometer observables

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      Comparison of some robust parameter estimation techniques for outlier analysis applied to simulated GOCE mission data

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      Comparison of outlier detection algorithms for GOCE gravity gradients

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      Using the EIGEN-GRACE02S Gravity Field to Investigate Defectiveness of Marine Gravity Data

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      Determination of gravity gradients from terrestrial gravity data for calibration and validation of gradiometric GOCE data

  2. Session 2

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      Evaluation of Airborne Gravimetry Integrating GNSS and Strapdown INS Observations

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      Network Approach versus State-space Approach for Strapdown Inertial Kinematic Gravimetry

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      Pages 113-118

      The Airborne Gravimeter Chekan-A at the Institute of Flight Guidance (IFF)

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