[unav_all] ggfc workshop at the EGU
Tonie VAN DAM
tonie.vandam at uni.lu
Thu Apr 12 03:10:42 MDT 2012
This is the final announcement of the planned GGFC workshop to be held in Vienna, 20-April at the Marritott Courtyard Vienna Messe. http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/viefg-courtyard-vienna-messe
Registration will begin at 8:30.
The Registration Fee for the meeting will be 75 euros. Sorry, but I can only accept cash.
The meeting will focus on assessing the errors in current environmental models and proposals for overcoming these limitations for use in geodetic and geophysical data analysis.
The following are the confirmed Invited speakers to date:
On the challenges of developing a mass conserving system model
Degree 2 and geocenter variation from SLR
Call for space geodetic solutions corrected for non-tidal atmospheric loading at the observation level
How to deal with coordinate systems in numerical weather models? - Goals of the newly formed IAG SSG12
Consistency of crustal loading signals derived from models & GPS: Inferences for GPS positioning errors
Evaluations of global geophysical fluid models based on broad-band geodetic excitations
Global mass balance effects on length-of-day change
The GGFC Special Bureau for the Oceans: Providing Ocean Products for Geodesy
Global Geophysical Fluids: an IERS RS/PC Perspective
High-resolution models of surface displacements caused by atmospheric, oceanic and hydrological loads
Mitigation of unmodelled non-tidal atmospheric pressure loading into parameters of a global GNSS solution
Tests of SLR products with and without the atmospheric loading and gravity variations
Atmospheric effects in space geodesy - plans and perspectives
Wouter van der Wal
Uncertainties in models for glacial isostatic adjustment
Special Bureau for the Atmosphere status, and review of global atmospheric analyses and models, with application to geodetic uses
Goddard loading Products
Estimating the ability of geodetic technics to measure the loading in Southern Europe
If you or anyone you know is interested in participating and/or contributing a presentation, please let me know as soon as possible.
---tonie van Dam
Dr. Tonie M. van Dam
Faculté des Sciences, de la Technologie et de la Communication
University of Luxembourg
6, rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi
Phone: (+352) 46 66 44 6261
Fax:(+352) 46 66 44 5643
e-mail: tonie.vandam at uni.lu<mailto:tonie.vandam at uni.lu>
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