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Physical Modelling To Remove Hydrological Effects At Local And Regional Scale: Application To The 100-M Hydrostatic Inclinometer In Sainte-Croix-Aux-Mines (France)

  • L Longuevergne
  • L Oudin
  • N Florsch
  • F Boudin
  • J.P Boy
Part of the International Association of Geodesy Symposia book series (IAG SYMPOSIA, volume 133)

Abstract

New inclinometers devoted to hydrological studies were set up in the Vosges Mountains (France). Two orthogonal 100-m base hydrostatic inclinometers were installed in December 2004 as well as a hydrometeorological monitoring system for the 100-km2 hydrological unit around the inclinometer. As inclinometers are very sensitive to environmental influences, this observatory is a test site to confront hydrological modelling and geodetic observations. Physical modelling to remove hydrological effects without calibrating on geodetic data is tested on these instruments. Specifically, two deformation processes are most important: fluid pressure variations in nearby hydraulically active fractures and surface loading at regional scale

Keywords

Hydrological Effect Geodetic Data Superconducting Gravimeter Global Land Data Assimilation System Hydrological Unit 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • L Longuevergne
    • 1
  • L Oudin
    • 1
  • N Florsch
    • 1
  • F Boudin
    • 2
  • J.P Boy
    • 3
  1. 1.UMR SisypheUniversité Pierre et Marie CurieFrance
  2. 2.Géosciences MontpellierUniversité Montpellier IIFrance
  3. 3.EOSTUniversité Louis PasteurFrance

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