[unav_all] AGU fall meeting

Jaime Magliocca jmaglio at unavco.org
Thu Jul 5 11:31:08 MDT 2012


Dear colleagues, 
 
Should you be involved in unusual application of geodesy, please consider submitting an abstract to the next AGU 2012 Fall meeting.  See the session description hereafter. Please note that the abstract submission closes on August 8.
 
We hope to see you in San Francisco!
 
 Exotic and unusual applications of geodesy 
The accuracy of geodesy has opened doors to a wide variety of unexpected applications. For example, gravity measurements involve fundamental physics (Planck´s constant through the definition of the kilogram). GNSS is now a tool for meteorology, seismology, and ionosphere survey, and during the last years there has been an increasing interest in using reflected GNSS signals for remote sensing. Radar, especially InSAR, methods permit detailed measurement and imaging of cm-level deformation from hundreds of km distance and have led to valuable applications in hydrology, glaciology and volcanology. We welcome presentations about any non classical use of geodesy, the crazier the merrier!
Conveners:
Olivier de Viron, IPGP & U. Paris Diderot, France
Michel Van Camp, Royal Observatory of Belgium
Johan Löfgren, Chalmers U. of Technology, Sweden
Howard Zebker, Stanford University
--  Michel Van Camp, PhD Royal Observatory of BelgiumSeismology sectionAvenue Circulaire, 3BE-1180 BruxellesBelgium************************************************************************Tel.: + 32 2 373 02 65Fax.: + 32 2 373 03 39e-mail : mvc at oma.beSeismology : http://www.seismology.beHomepage : http://homepage.oma.be/mvc *************************************************************************
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